Adnams, Victoria St /Field Style Rd

This archaeological desk based assessment wasundertaken as a result of a proposal for mixed housing and commercial development on the Adnams site on Victoria Street, Southwold, and includes an examination of the Suffolk Sites and Monuments Record, a documentary search and a site walkover. …

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Ballingdon Bridge

Monitoring of the project to demolish and replace Ballingdon Bridge produced evidence of four previous bridges dating from between the 13th century to the early years of the 20th century. The remains of a stone, brick and two wooden bridges were found along with evidence of both collapses and phases of repair, this tied in closely with documentary accounts to provide a detailed history of the crossing. Evidence of post medieval buildings adjacent to the river and the augmentation of the Sudbury bank through revetments and dumping of household and industrial rubbish from the 15th century were also found …

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Former Friskies Pet care Site

This archaeological desk based assessment was undertaken prior to a proposal for the erection of a mixed-use development on the site of the Friskies Pet Care Centre and the two adjacent fields to the north and east, and includes an examination of the Suffolk Sites and Monuments Record, the aerial photographic archive, a documentary search and a site walkover. …

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The Barn, Spring Farm

A monitoring at Spring Farm, Hessett uncovered the flint foundations of a post medieval building within the moated enclosure. Evidence from the moat showed that it had been cleaned where the new access bridge was being built. A ditch alongside Manor Road, which had infilled naturally, was undated …

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39, High Street

An infilled brick built cellar and a bonded flint wall, the remains of a previous building, were recorded during ground works for an extension to the rear of 39, High Street, Sudbury. The brick size suggested that the cellar dated to late 15th/early16th century and was an addition to an earlier building that had fronted the High Street. The flint wall, part of the front range, included roof tile within its construction and whilst earlier than the cellar, was thought to be either late medieval or early post-medieval in date. The results of the monitoring show that although the shops occupying the site are modern they respect much earlier plot divisions …

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The Gables, Hall Street

An archaeological monitoring of footing trenches at The Gables, Hall Street, Long Melford located evidence of a mid 1st century to mid 3rd century phase of domestic Roman occupation consisting of two rubbish pits and associated soil layers, part of a wider pattern of Roman occupation previously identified at other sites in the vicinity. Two post-medieval wells, lying to the rear of the buildings fronting onto Hall Street, were also seen …

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Land adj 1 Aspal lane

An archaeological evaluation in advance of housing development on land to the rear of 1 Aspal Lane, Beck Row, Mildenhall identified a single prehistoric hearth pit, a post-medieval boundary ditch and preserved elements of the natural landscape, consisting of two silted up hollows containing small amounts of medieval and post-medieval material likely to have originated from the nearby Aspal Hall …

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