CIfA 2018 Prize Winner Announced

SUMO Geophysics had the pleasure of attending the annual CIfA conference in Brighton last month. With Dr John Gater and his team attending on behalf of SUMO, it was a conference that saw a range of presentations, talks and social networking events.

 The SUMO Geophysics team ready at their stand. Left to right: Becky Davies, Dr John Gater, Emily Walton.

The SUMO Geophysics team ready at their stand. Left to right: Becky Davies, Dr John Gater, Emily Walton.

SUMO attended the conference along with SUMO partner Adam Stanford of Aerial-Cam. The conference was a good opportunity to engage with a variety of individuals from across the archaeological industry as well as to catch-up with familiar faces.

We displayed our SUMO stand and handed out various merchandise with the signature SUMO yellow. But what's more, we held our annual conference competitions. These consisted of a 'Match the data to the survey area' competition and a 'guess the number of Jelly Babies in the jar'.

As always, the competitions went down a storm, with lots of hopeful entries and we were delighted to present the prize for the jelly baby competition to Lianne Birney of CIfA.

With a happy winner of the Jelly baby competition, all we have left to do is announce the winner of the wine competition.

And the winner of the case of wine is...

Victoria Bryant of Worcestershire Archaeology!

Well done Victoria, we look forward to presenting your prize to you. Furthermore, we look forward to returning to the CIfA conference in 2019.