Rear of 82/82A High Street

Archaeological evaluation was carried out on the site of a small 17th/18th century farm on Lakenheath High Street which was to see renovation and construction of new houses …

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Mellis primary school

An archaeological monitoring of the site strip and footing trenches for an extension to Mellis Primary School located a single ditch of medieval date, possibly marking separate plots on the edge of Mellis Green …

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Sports hall car park, Hartismere High school

An evaluation in advance of the construction of a car park for the new sports hall at Hartismere High School identified a single undated ditch sealed below a thick layer of clay/silt from which fragments of Late Bronze or Iron Age pottery and a single Roman coin were recovered, indicating a low level of activity to the north of the multi-period EYE 083 excavation …

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5 Wildmere lane, Holywell Row

Monitoring of footing trenches for two houses identified elements of the preserved natural fen edge topography with one possible natural peat hollow. Four undated features were also identified, and may be further evidence of the widespread prehistoric and Roman activity known in the region. The features were sealed below a sand layer containing post-medieval pottery, which was the only indication of activity relating to the medieval and post-medieval settlement of Holywell Row …

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Beeches road depot, West Row

An archaeological monitoring of the excavation of footing trenches and associated groundworks at the former depot, Beeches Road, West Row, Mildenhall, identified unstratified medieval material indicating low-level activity in the vicinity during the medieval period and a possible cellar and well associated with post-medieval buildings shown on the Second Edition Ordnance Survey of 1904 …

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Land adjacent Holly Cottage

A trenched evaluation on this roadside plot uncovered two ditches, a posthole and a clay building platform. Pottery from the ditches suggest they are all medieval dating from the 12th 14th centuries. There was no evidence of ploughing or for the later use of the site …

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Phase 4 Liberty Village, RAF Lakenheath

Evaluation in advance of the development of Phase 4 Liberty Village demonstrated the continuation of the open, previously unoccupied heathland landscape seen in the Phases 2 and 3 evaluations …

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The Granary

Archaeological monitoring following a building survey of the Granary at Hill House, Needham Market has identified earlier floor surfaces within the building. One of these is constructed of flint and some brick and probably represents the original stable floor. The second, earlier floor is constructed of compacted chalk and cut by the existing wall footings, indicating that this may be a floor relating to the late 16th century structure identified in the Building Survey …

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Thetford Gid Substation

An evaluation and subsequent excavation on areas to the west and east of the existing substation revealed a series of archaeological features. These included a single Anglo-Saxon Sunken Feature Building (SFB), measuring 3.2m long and 2.9m wide, with two central and internal main posts with four posts from a later structure. Elsewhere on the excavation a sequence of at least two undated boundary ditches was identified cutting through a buried soil …

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