Three Bridges, Norton Little Green

A programme of archaeological evaluation, consisting of three trial trenches, was carried out in order to try and determine the alignment of the boundary ditch associated with the medieval green, preserved remnants of the ditch being visible to the southwest of the site near to Manor Farm, and to assess and record any potential medieval dwelling, or settlement remains, which may have existed along the green frontage. …

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MNL 579 Land adjacent to 1 Aspal Lane, Beck Row

An archaeological monitoring of footing trenches at land at Aspal Lane Mildenhall, located two undated features, thought to be a further part of a low density scatter of prehistoric deposits identified in a previous evaluation of the site …

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Land adjoining Notcutts, Warren Hill Road

An archaeological evaluation was undertaken in advance of the construction of a residential development at Land adjoining Notcutts Garden Centre, Warren Hill Road, Woodbridge, in order to characterise the nature of any surviving archaeological deposits. …

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Land off Ropes Drive, Bell Lane

Evaluation on land off Ropes Drive/Bell Lane, Kesgrave, was required to investigate the archaeological potential of
the site. Two undated, burnt pits were recorded and one abraded sherd of medieval pottery was found within a layer of subsoil. A standing earthwork, comprising a bank and ditch, was present in the wooded north east corner of the site. Documentary evidence suggests that this is the boundary of a wood which was established by 1723 and probably has much earlier origins …

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Waste Transfer Site (2), off Addison Way

Evaluation in advance of a proposed waste transfer site off Addison Way, Bramford Road, Great Blakenham identfied a total of sixteen archaeological features, along with a number of less definite deposits and probable modern disturbance. …

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Brick Kiln Cottage

Historic Building Recording and an archaeological monitoring of groundwork associated with the construction of an extension to a redundant industrial building adjacent Brick Kiln Cottage, Fen Street, Winston , was undertaken during June 2007. …

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85-87 Fore Street

A trial trench was carried out at the above site in advance of a proposal to construct student accommodation. The southern part of the site was found to have seen heavy truncation due to 19th cellaring along the Fore Street frontage. Significant, but slightly less substantial truncation was encountered in much of the rest of the site, with the exception of an area approximately 12m deep along the northern frontage. Here relatively shallow coherent medieval soil-like deposits were identified at c. 4.2 AOD (less than 1m below existing ground level). …

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