Hoo Hall

An archaeological monitoring was carried out on land at Hoo Hall, Church Lane, Hoo during ground reduction and foundation trenching related to the conversion of a farm building in November 2009. A number of archaeological features were recorded, including pits and ditches of post-medieval date. A large pit of probable post-medieval date was also recorded, from which the remains of a large wooden wheel were recovered. Finds of post-medieval date were recovered during the fieldwork …

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St Felix RC Primary School

An archaeological monitoring was carried out on land at St. Felix Roman Catholic Primary School, Haverhill, during ground works to construct two new hard play areas to the south of the main school building. A number of ditches and pits were found in the smaller play area, with dates ranging from the Roman to medieval periods, while a single feature of indeterminate size and function (believed to be a wide ditch) was noted during monitoring of the larger, southern, play area, also believed to be of early medieval date …

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Land to the east of Gallows Hill

An archaeological evaluation was carried out on land to the east of Gallows Hill, Hadleigh. Eleven trenches and a 2.5m2 test pit were excavated and identified a single linear feature of likely modern date …

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Undley Hall

An archaeological evaluation was carried out on land at Undley Hall Farm, Lakenheath in June 2007. It was immediately followed by monitoring of a stripped area prior to the construction of agricultural buildings and yards. A second phase of monitoring was carried out on the site in November of the same year prior to the second phase of construction. …

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Botany Farm

This archaeological desk based assessmentwas undertaken as a result of a proposal by the Environment Agency (EA) and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) to create 48ha of wetland habitat at Botany Farm, Farnham. …

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61 Whiting Street

An archaeological monitoring was carried out on land at 61 Whiting Street, Bury St Edmunds in advance of the construction of a conservatory. A series of archaeological layers and features were encountered during the site stripping for the concrete base. Late post-medieval and modern intrusions associated with the property had caused significant disturbance within the yard area. Few datable artefacts were recovered from the deposits, and no feature was entirely contained within the development area …

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New Museum Store, West Stow Country Park

This report is an assessment of the evidence gathered from the archaeological excavations completed in advance of the construction of St Edmundsbury Borough Council's new Museum Store at West Stow Country Park. The site lies to the east of the reconstructed Anglo-Saxon village, which is situated on the site of a nationally important Early Anglo-Saxon settlement excavated between 1965 and 1972. The report provides a summary of the results and considers the significance of the site data, its potential for analysis and the scope to answer specific research questions. It makes recommendations for further work and the ultimate dissemination of the results …

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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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