Pragmatic Cultural Heritage Services has had a busy first half of 2017 – so much so we haven’t had time to update the current news on the website! This period has seen Ashley continue to work on various Cultural Heritage Management projects throughout the Melbourne metropolitan area, Yarra Ranges, and – in a first for us – the Murray Mallee region of north-western Victoria. In addition, Ashley has also assisted the Unrecovered War Casualties – Army (UWC-A) unit of the Australian Defence Force with its important work in a number of locations in the South Pacific, which has seen his passport earn a few new and exotic stamps!

Ashley is about to head off with UWC-A for another period of field work, this time its back to PNG for another month of excavation (14 August – 10 September), and as with many trips to that part of the world his access to telecommunications will be limited – as such, he will have no telephone and only sporadic email access while away. We appreciate your patience over the next few weeks, and if you need to contact Ashley in that time please do so via email and Ashley will respond as early as he possibly can.

“Worked to a very tight timeframe, would definitely use Pragmatic Cultural Heritage Services again”

                         – Client testimonial