GVPC, Lower Street

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken prior to the construction of two new office units at the site of Gipping Valley Property Company, Lower Street, Baylham. The plot is adjacent to three undated ring ditches, possibly representing former Bronze Age burial mounds. Two trenches were excavated, one through each new office plot. A small undated pit was revealed in Trench 1, but no further archaeology was found …

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The Old Rectory, Church Lane

Evaluation trenching at The Old Rectory, Claydon, was carried out in order to investigate the archaeological potential of the site. Two undated features were recorded, a shallow ditch and a small post hole, both of which were sealed by c.1m of overburden. A single sherd of medieval pottery was recovered from the subsoil …

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75 Grimwade Street

An evaluation was carried out prior to the construction of a student accommodation block at 75 Grimwade Street, Ipswich. The site lay within the Area of Archaeological Importance defined for the Anglo-Saxon and medieval town in the Ipswich Local Plan and was considered to have significant potential for the preservation of archaeological deposits of medieval or earlier date. …

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Land at Kessingland Primary School, Field Lane

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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Land adjacent 8, Troston Road

Evaluation on land at Troston Road, Honington identified evidence of medieval activity throughout, but was most dense along the road frontage in the north eastern part of the site. Evidence of extraction pits of unknown date was also identified towards the eastern limits. …

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