Brewer's Garage, Honey Hill

An archaeological excavation carried out on the rear of plots on the corner of Honey Hill/Sparhawk Street, Bury St Edmunds identified evidence for continuous activity from the Late Saxon period to the 19th century. Post-holes and ephemeral features were found closer to the street, suggesting that it was built up from at least the Late Saxon period, and quantities of daub and roof tile were found across the site which may have come from Saxon and medieval buildings on its frontages. …

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Land off Lady Lane

An archaeological excavation was carried out on land between Lady Lane and Tower Mill Lane, following a previous phase of fieldwalking and evaluation trenching which had identified an area of interest in the south-eastern corner of the development area. …

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Pannington Hall

This post-excavation assessment report presents the evidence from an archaeological excavation at Pannington Hall, Wherstead (WHR 072). A small area excavation of c.0.73 hectares revealed a series of ditches and other features dating from the Middle Iron Age to the Early Roman period …

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157 Bures Road

An archaeological monitoring and an evaluation were carried out at 157 Bures Road, Great Cornard, Suffolk. The monitoring revealed evidence of a large feature. This may have been a quarrying pit, although it was undated. Alternatively it could also have been a naturally formed feature. The evaluation produced no features. Neither stage of fieldwork uncovered any archaeological finds …

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Land behind 85 Guildhall Street

Evaluation on land behind 85 Guildhall Street, Bury St Edmunds exposed the edge of the town ditch, a property boundary that marked the former course of the town wall, some of the town bank which dated from the 12th century and a chalk surface which is likely to be medieval in date, that was later buried by material dispersed when the town bank was levelled …

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Kent Lodge

Archaeological monitoring of groundwork associated with the construction of two houses and a garage block on land to the rear of Kent Lodge, Eye Road, Yaxley, was undertaken during spring and summer of 2010. A series of foundation trenches were examined and a large, north-south aligned, undated ditch measuring c. 2m wide and 1.5m deep, was revealed …

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King Edward VII Memorial Hall

An archaeological monitoring was carried out on land immediately adjoining the west side of the King Edward VII Memorial Hall, Newmarket, Suffolk. This revealed a well, which may have been medieval, or post-medieval, a post-medieval brick structure, and an undated chalk surface. No finds were recovered except for some possible post-medieval CBM from the well …

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Duke Street, Fore Street and Fore Hamlet junction improvements

Archaeological monitoring of groundwork associated with the reconstruction of the Duke Street, Fore Street and Fore Hamlet junction, Ipswich, was undertaken during 2010. An area of ground reduction was examined which revealed a number of wall stubs and a backfilled cellar associated with a range of demolished 19th century buildings …

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