7 Cotswold Drive

Monitoring of five footing trenches revealed one early post-medieval feature, as well as post-medieval and late Iron Age/early Roman finds from the topsoil. Disturbance relating to modern building had partially truncated the soil stratigraphy in four of the trenches …

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Land Adjacent 2 The Street

A trial trench evaluation was carried out at the above site in advance of a planning application for residential development. A single post-medieval feature was found, most probably relating to ephemeral garden/agricultural activity. The prominent slope observed on site was thought to be natural in origin as no obvious terracing or landscaping could be observed …

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East House, George Street

A trial trench evaluation was carried out at the above site prior to determination of a planning application made for residential development. The evaluation was principally concerned with assessing the evidence for Anglo-Saxon burials, as such activity had been indicated by the finding of a cinerary urn on or near the site sometime between 1931 and 1961. No such evidence was found. A single late post-medieval garden feature was recorded. The nature of the deposits suggested that the site was some way outside the historic Saxon/Medieval core of the town …

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St. Peters Church

Works associated with the provision of a new organ at St. Peters church, Westletonwere preceded by a keyhole evaluation to assess the ground make up below the existing brick floor, particularly with regard to the presence of earlier formal floor surfaces. …

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The Old Rectory, Kedington Hill

An archaeological evaluation was carried out on land adjacent to the Old Rectory, Kedington Hill, Little Cornard in advance of residential development …

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The Gables, High Street

Monitoring of ground works at The Gables, High Street, Hadleigh, revealed evidence of what may be large extraction pits of uncertain date. An undated pit rich in oyster and mussel shell was also observed …

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Priory Gate, 57 Friary Street

An archaeological monitoring was carried out prior to the construction of a new cartlodge at Priory Gate, 57 Friars Street, Sudbury, which lies within the precinct of the 13th century Dominican Friary. Excavated footings were examined and a post-medieval flint and brick lined pit or possible well was identified …

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Between The Old Mill and 7, Duke Street

Monitoring of groundworks associated with a new dwelling between The Old Mill and 7, Duke Street, Haughley, recorded pits and ditches within the raft footings, many of which contained finds of a medieval or late medieval date and are likely to be associated with medieval roadside occupation in the vicinity. A single sherd of prehistoric pottery was recovered as an unstratified find …

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