St. Michaels Church

Monitoring of works, including the insertion of a new toilet facility into the base of the tower and the external excavation of service trenches and the insertion of a Trench Arch Drain were archaeologically monitored …

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St. Andrews Church

A programme of building recording and interpretation was carried out prior to the submission of a request for a Faculty covering the consolidation and repair of the wall fabric of the nave and chancel of St. Andrews Church, Aldringham Cum Thorpe, at the request of the the Diocesan Archaeologist …

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Land to the rear of Larch House, Heckfield Green

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken during July 2008 to investigate the potential for buried archaeology within an area earmarked for a single dwelling and double garage on land to the rear of Larch House, Heckfield Green, Hoxne. …

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Land to the rear of Kessingland Primary School

This report presents the evidence from an archaeological evaluation and subsequent excavation on land to the rear of Kessingland Primary School, Kessingland, Suffolk. It provides a quantification and assessment of the site archive and considers the potential of the archive to answer specific research questions. …

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Weybread Fisheries, Mill Lane

An archaeological evaluation took place on land associated with Weybread Fisheries, Mill Lane, Weybread on the 29th October 2008 prior to the construction of a second fishing lake and associated structures. Nine linear trenches were investigated, a single modern extensive layer of redeposited clay and topsoil was encountered that derived from the upcast from the construction of a small fish stock pond. This layer had been modelled into a low rectangular platform around the pond …

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Junior Ranks Mess, RAF Honington

An archaeological evaluation at RAF Honington identified one post-medieval field boundary. The ground level had been built up with a deep deposit of concrete, but the soil profile below this is largely intact …

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Land Adjacent to Holly House

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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21, The Street

Archaeological evaluation in advance of development on land at 21, The Street, Worlington identified a small discrete group of medieval pits, dating from between the 11th and 14th centuries AD, and an infilled pond, which was probably contemporary with the pits, and from which a worked bone socketed point was recovered. Environmental evidence from the lower pond deposits showed that this had lain within managed grassland and evidence from the southern edge of the pond suggests that it may have served as a village amenity, accessed by people and animals. Both the pond and the pits were sealed by deposits of loam and topsoil varying between 0.8 and 1.1m deep …

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Blox Hall

An archaeological monitoring was carried out on land at the front and rear of Blox Hall, Hitcham, Suffolk. This uncovered a post-medieval well and ditch-like feature, as well as a deposit possibly relating to a phase of post-medieval house construction. Unstratified medieval and post-medieval pottery and CBM were also recovered. The soil horizons were generally intact, except for minor truncation of the topsoil around the areas close to the house. A survey of the presence of standing water extended the existing plan of the moated enclosures …

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