Based in North Yorkshire, but working across England, Emma J. Wells Heritage Consultancy takes pride in tailored, individual work for clients informed by experience and skills developed throughout the heritage, education and academic sectors, while acting as an associate to many different teams.

News & Updates

Communications Officer, IfA Archaeological Archives Group
Emma has been appointed as the Communications Officer for the IfA Archaeological Archives Special Interest Group. For more information, see here.

Lifelong Learning Lecture, York University
Emma will be giving a free Public Lecture at York University on Wednesday 3rd December, 6.30pm. The lecture is entitled: 'Reformation England and the "Sense" of Loss'. To reserve your ticket, click here.

RAI Review
An extremely complimentary review of Emma's recent publication on medieval pilgrimage to Lindisfarne and Farne by Professor David Rollason can be found here, in the Royal Archaeological Institute's journal (vol. 171, 2014).

York University's Centre for Lifelong Learning
Emma is now a lecturer for York University's Centre for Lifelong Learning. She has designed many courses based around her specialist research interests. For full details, see the Centre's 2014-15 brochure.

Emma J. Wells Heritage Consultancy has new premises!
The business is now housed at offices at Crabtree Hall Business Centre - originally a Georgian model farm, built in the 18th century by renowned Yorkshire architect John Carr, and located at Little Holtby in North Yorkshire.