The Cromwell Inn, 76 High Street

A Desk Based Assessment (DBA) was carried out to assess the potential of the proposed development site to contain heritage assets. The sites positiuon within the known archaeological landscape was assessed through an examination of the Historic Environment Record (HER), aerial photographs and a documentary search. The development area of approximately 912sqm lies in the centre of Lakenheath, forming part of the High Street road frontage and opposite the parish Church of St Mary. It lies towards the top of a natural slope rising from the edge of the fens to the west …

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New Car Parks at High Lodge

An archaeological monitoring was carried out on land at High Lodge, Santon Downham for the Forestry Commission during works to instate two new car parking areas to the north-west of the current car park complex. The work identified a ditch-and-bank earthwork that contained pottery dating to the later Roman period (late 3rd or 4th century) …

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List House

An archaeological monitoring was carried out on land at List House, Long Melford. Three sets of footings and other groundworks were monitored. The whole area had been heavily disturbed by post-medieval industrial activity and several of the eight pits recorded on the site date from this period. Of the remainder at least two are likely to have been medieval and one probably Roman …

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Woodlands, Dunwich Road

Evaluation on land at Woodlands, Dunwich Road, Westleton, was required to investigate the archaeological potential of the site. The site had been subject to considerable modern disturbance relating to a recently demolished bungalow. …

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Grounds of the Uplands Hotel, Victoria Road

An archaeological monitoring was carried out on land at The Uplands Hotel, Victoria Road, Aldeburgh, in order to investigate the archaeological potential of the site. Pottery of late medieval and post-medieval date was recovered from the up cast spoil, along with a lump of ceramic building material which is characteristic of medieval daub …

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New Visitor Centre, Suffolk Punch Trust, Hollesley Bay

Archaeological monitoring was carried out on land at the Suffolk Punch Trust, Hollesley Bay Colony in advance of construction of a new visitor centre. The construction involved inserting a new access road and associated parking in addition to the visitor centre building. This report is concerned with the visitor centre building only …

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