Archaeology Scotland, Suite 1a, Stuart House, Eskmills, Station Road, Musselburgh, EH21 7PB

Tel: 0845 872 3333: Fax: 0845 872 3334


Staff Contacts

Eila Macqueen, Director

Eila's background is in the museums sector, having worked in Glasgow, Caithness, Argyll and Northern Ireland advising local museums and gaining experience of working with voluntary groups, collections management and managing change. As Director, she is responsible for the day-to-day running of the organisation and for liaison with a wide range of interests including local and national government to advocate the needs of archaeology and the historic environment. For more information contact:

Catherine Knops

Cat is the Archaeology Scotland Education Officer and is responsible for implementing the Education Strategy to encourage use of archaeology to deliver the Curriculum for Excellence and raise awareness of the potential for archaeology in learning. 

Rebecca Boyde, Youth Engagment Officer (part-time)

Rebecca is on hand to provide support to the volunteers who run and assist youth groups in Scotland. She can be contacted on Thursdays and Fridays about any aspects of engaging young people in archaeology

Benedictor Manylathelo, Finance Administrator (part-time)

Benedictor is responsible for the day-to-day financial management of the organisation. For more information contact:

Lesley McEwan, Scottish Archaeology Month Coordinator

Lesley is responsible for the management and development of Scottish Archaeology Month, Archaeology Scotland's flagship public initiative. For further information contact:

Dr Paula Milburn, Project Manager

Paula has a background in environmental archaeology and has over 10 years experience of working in the commercial field as a palaeoenvironmental consultant. Paula is taking forward a 3 year project to facilitate sharing archaeological information called "From the Ground Up". This project is supported by the HLF, Historic Scotland and RCAHMS and will develop our existing journal into a searchable, online journal. For more information about this project and Discovery and Excavation in Scotland contact:

Tina Smith, Office & Membership Administrator

Tina is the first point of contact between Archaeology Scotland and the public.  She is responsible for the Archaeology Scotland membership, handling enquiries for membership application, maintaining the membership database, co-ordinating the distribution of publications and for liaison with our individual and affiliated members. For general enquiries and information about Archaeology Scotland membership contact:

Jonathan Wordsworth, Rural Landuse Adviser


Jonathan works with the farming and crofting communities, Agricultural Advisers, land managers, relevant Government bodies and Non Governmental Organisations to promote enhanced understanding of archaeology in the rural context. For more information on archaeology in the rural environment contact:


 Archaeology Scotland, Suite 1a, Stuart House, Station Road, Eskmills, Musselburgh EH21 7PB. Tel: 0845 872 3333