Haven Power, The Havens

An archaeological evaluation was carried out on land at Haven Power, The Havens, Ipswich on the 4th and 5th October 2010. Seven trenches were excavated across the site, situated to investigate the entire area of proposed development. A single charcoal-rich pit was identified, towards the south of the site, and a radiocarbon date was ascertained to be from the mid-7th century. Similar features are known scattered throughout the south, east and north-east of Ipswich, and do not necessarily represent any defined areas of activity …

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29, Swanfield

An archaeological monitoring was carried out at 29, Swanfield, Long Melford and identified ten pits, one posthole, one possible posthole and five layers. Pottery recovered from the features was dated to the 1st to 2nd centuries and additional finds including animal bone and marine shellfish suggest the pits were located near an area of occupation. One of the identified layers contained late Iron Age/early Romano-British transitional period pottery and may indicate the height of the ground level in the later prehistoric period …

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Grove Cottage, Mellis Road

An archaeological monitoring of foundation trenching for a double garage was carried out on land at Grove Cottage, Mellis Road, Yaxley on the 6th and 7th October 2010. …

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The Old Cannon Brewery

An archaeological monitoring was carried out at The Old Cannon Brewery, Bury St Edmunds. Three post-medieval pits were identified and a single residual sherd of medieval pottery recovered, which indicates that pre-post medieval remains may survive in or near the development area …

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Waste Transfer Site, Land off Addison Way, Bramford Rd

This post-excavation assessment report presents the evidence from an archaeological evaluation and subsequent excavation on the site of a proposed Waste Transfer Facility, located to the west of Bramford Road, Great Blakenham. It provides a quantification and assessment of the site archive and considers the potential of the data to address specific research questions. The significance of the data is assessed and recommendation for further analysis and publication made. …

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The Ship Inn, St. James Street

An archaeological monitoring of foundation trenching for an extension to the Ship Inn, St. James Street, Dunwich and ground reduction for a road to the south identified a dense sequence of archaeological features spanning the medieval and post-medieval periods. These included post-holes, some of which formed identifiable building outlines, cess and rubbish pits, an oven, and a sequence of roadside ditches. Finds dating to the medieval and post-medieval period were recovered during the archaeological work …

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Castle Access

A granted aided project to construct a timber walkway access to the inner bailey of Bungay Castle would involve limited invasive groundworks, particularly associated with the removal of 20th century concrete garden features. In order to ensure that no archaeological deposits were damaged during the construction process, the removal of the six areas of concrete was undertaken by archaeologists. All of the concrete was found to be superficial in character, only set into the topsoil layer …

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5, Church Walk

An archaeological monitoring was carried out at 5, Church Walk, Mildenhall which identified a ditch, two pits, four postholes and one postpipe. Most of the features were undated, but the light fills and lack of organic material within the postholes in particular may suggest that they are prehistoric in date. Features from which dating evidence was recovered were post-medieval …

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Harps Close Meadow

This archaeological desk based assessment was undertaken in response to a proposal to redevelop the site. It includes an examination of the Suffolk Historic Environment Record, an aerial photographic survey and a historic map and documentary search …

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