Barton House

An archaeological monitoring carried out on land at Barton House, Great Barton, identified further evidence, consisting of sherds of unstratified pottery, of a phase of Late Iron Age/Early Roman activity to add to that seen at BRG 015 to the north …

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SCC Highways Depot, Lodge Lane

An archaeological evaluation was carried out on the former SCC Highways Depot, Lodge Lane, Great Blakenham in advance of the submission of a planning application to re-develop the site. …

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Land behind 82 Guildhall Street

Monitoring was carried out during the demolition of a garage and the construction of a basement behind 82 Guildhall Street. The excavations revealed a section of the medieval town ditch and although a complete section could not be exposed it showed that the ditch was c. 5m deep from the present ground surface. No remains of the town wall were found but the line of the wall could be traced by the extent of a terrace, which had been dug into the chalk hillside from Guildhall Street. A ditch extending from Guildhall Street is interpreted as a property boundary. …

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403-439, Bramford Road

An archaeological evaluation was carried out on land to the rear of 403 - 439 Bramford Road, Ipswich, in advance of a housing development. Nine trenches with a total length of 190m were excavated across the site. Within these a single undated ditch and a single pit, from which a small amount of Late Neolithic pottery was recovered, were excavated and recorded …

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Plot A, Land Adjacent No 40 Station Road

An archaeological monitoring was carried out on land adjacent to 40 Station Road, Ditchingham, Norfolk. A number of features were recorded, including pits, post-holes, foundations and service trenches, all of which probably date to the 19th and 20th century. Finds of early modern date were recovered during the fieldwork …

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Land off of Mobbs Way

An archaeological evaluation was carried out on 1.7ha of arable land off of Mobbs Way, Oulton, in advance of development. Trenching showed the natural subsoil and archaeological horizon to be well-preserved at depth below colluvial silt/sands. A small assemblage of prehistoric material, together with two undated ditches and three possible pits indicates a possible phase of prehistoric occupation in the vicinity. A medieval or post-medieval ditch and isolated post-medieval small finds indicates that the site has probably been open or arable land since the medieval period …

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Three Ponds

This Desk Based Assessment set the site within its known archaeological landscape through an examination of the Suffolk Historic Environment Record, a documentary and cartographic search, and historic building assessment …

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15 Sicklesmere Rd

A program of archaeological excavation and monitoring was carried out in advance of housing development at 15 Sicklesmere Road, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. …

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Dennington CEVCP School, Laxfield Road

This report presents the evidence from an archaeological evaluation and excavation at Dennington CEVCP School, Laxfield Road, Dennington, Suffolk. It provides a quantification and assessment of the site archive and considers the potential of the archive to answer specific research questions. The significance of the data is assessed and recommendations for dissemination of the results of the fieldwork are made …

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Mafeking Cottage

An archaeological monitoring of foundation trenching for a detached building and two extensions to the main structure at Mafeking Cottage, Walberswick recorded a number of archaeological features, including pits, post-holes and ditches of uncertain, but probably medieval date. Finds of middle Saxon, medieval, and post-medieval date were recovered during the fieldwork …

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