Changes in the EES London Office Following a review of its finances, as envisaged at the Annual General Meeting last November, the Trustees have decided to review the role of its Director whilst reducing the London office headcount and postponing the Society’s own programme of fieldwork and research grants for the time being. Cédric Gobeil, who has been Director since October 2016, has decided to leave at the end of May to pursue elsewhere his interests in archaeological fieldwork. We are very grateful to Cédric for all he has done for the Society and wish him well for the future. Carl Graves, Deputy Director, will assume the role of Director when Cédric leaves. The other staff in the London office will remain in post.