CVARF – Latest Updates


The Clyde Valley project officially began in May 2023, and is in the early stages of development. We will update this page as the project progresses, as well as posting regular announcements on social media and in our newsletter.

Timber ponds, Port Glasgow © ScARF

Keep in touch

We are keen to hear your ideas and opinions about the archaeology of the Clyde Valley region. If you have any ideas, questions or feedback, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. The CVARF team can be found and contacted on X (@ClydeValley_ARF) and Instagram (@clydevalley_arf), where regular updates about the project will be shared.

Upcoming events

The first CVARF gathering will be held on the 7th and 8th June 2024 in Glasgow. This event will involve short talks, specialist workshops and a field trip to showcase some of the exciting archaeology of the Clyde Valley region. More details to follow soon.

Abandoned WWII Anti Aircraft Battery, Langbank © ScARF

Survey reminder

The Framework will be co-created by the people and the communities of the Clyde Valley region and we need your help to do this. We want to know what archaeology you are interested in and what you think the research priorities should be for the area in the future. The CVARF team have created a short survey to assess the interests, projects and stories people in the region would like to see in the framework.

If you would like to contribute to the framework, please consider filling in the survey, which is available here.

Scan the QR code to take part in the CVARF Survey
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