Land off Chalkstone Way

An archaeological evaluation of land off Chalkstone Way, Haverhill, identified a phase of prehistoric occupation, consisting of isolated pits and a system of parallel ditches dating to the Late Bronze Age or Iron Age periods. The sparse scatter of features and limited amount of material finds which while not indicating a high level of activity, also means that the exact date and function of these features is unclear …

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Conduit House

An archaeological monitoring of footing trenches for extensions at Conduit House, Long Melford, located a post-medieval ditch marking a former garden boundary and rubbish deposits containing post-medieval CBM, both probably predating the early 19th century property …

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Refueller Facility, RAF Lakenheath

An archaeological monitoring of soil stripping for the construction of a new road at the Refueler Facility, RAF Lakenheath, located dispersed evidence of prehistoric occupation, consisting of two small pits, one containing Iron Age material, and one larger, disturbed, undated pit …

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Wyken Hall

An archaeological watching brief of the construction of a reservoir at Wyken Hall, Stanton, located a single ditch containing sherds of Roman pottery and an undated pit …

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Hanchet End

An archaeological evaluation of land north of Apple Acre Road, Hanchet End, Haverhill, identified a single ditch containing pottery sherds of 2nd-3rd century Roman date. Five other ditches were of a relatively modern date and probably relate to field boundaries removed during the 20th century …

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Land Adjacent to Station Garage

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken over an area of approximately 0.6ha on land adjacent to Station Garage, Thurston. The site is located on the western slope of Thedwastre Hill which is thought to be the site of Thedwastre Hundred meeting place. The evaluation provided evidence of the heavily truncated natural slope with very little archaeology surviving. Several 20th century features survived including postholes and a brick road running towards the present railway station with only one earlier undated feature, an east to west aligned ditch, identified …

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Waste Water Treatment Works, RAF Lakenheath

Monitoring during improvement works at the Waste Water Treatment Plant at RAF Lakenheath identified Roman features in the eastern half of the site which indicate a continuation of occupation previously identified to the south of the site and to the north of Caudle Head Mere. Excavations in the western half of the site showed waterlain and peaty deposits …

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St Edmunds Church

An archaeological monitoring was undertaken during the construction of a wheelchair ramp on the eastern side of St. Edmunds Church, Bury St. Edmunds. The monitoring revealed a wall running approximately north south cutting into a clay layer under which two features, a pit and posthole, were identified and excavated …

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Elmside Farm

A trenched evaluation carried out in advance of residential development at Elmside Farm, Walsham Le Willows uncovered only fragmentary evidence of prehistoric and Roman settlement. A clay platform set back from the road probably indicates the site of a medieval building, which is tentatively dated to the 13th century from associated pottery …

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