Grace Woolmer-White

Grace maintains, develops and enhances the Perth and Kinross Historic Environment Record (PKHER). She also supports the Historic Environment Manager with planning and backlog projects.

Graduating from the University of Aberdeen in 2017, Grace has since worked as an archaeologist in the Midlands of England and North Scotland. She began building up her field archaeology skills during excavations within the Northern Picts Project before venturing into development-led archaeology where she worked on a variety of sites across England. In 2018 she joined Archaeology for Communities in the Highlands (ARCH) as Project Officer for the Highland Regional Archaeological Research Framework (HighARF) project where she worked predominantly with the Highland Historic Environment Record, exploring a wide variety of sources to input new data into existing and new records for HighARF. Grace joined the Trust in 2020.

Grace works Monday-Friday.

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