Catherine Connors MA
Catherine studied Archaeology at the University of Exeter, followed by a Master’s by Research in the same subject. Her MA dissertation looked into the effects of the religious patronage of Anglo-Welsh Marcher lords in Herefordshire and Shropshire, combining social and political impacts with influences on religious (particularly monastic) landscapes, and how these compared to the high status secular landscapes of the time.
In 2013 Catherine started work at Border Archaeology’s Leominster office, initially as a Post-excavation and Research Assistant. In 2014 she was subsequently promoted to Post-Excavation Manager for Leominster. Her role entails processing finds recovered from site, and preparing and compiling material and documentary archives for deposition at museums.