Guildhall Feoffment Primary School

An archaeological evaluation (December 2015) and excavation (March 2016) were carried out on the site of the Guildhall Feoffment Primary School, off Bridewell Lane in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. This report provides a quantification and assessment of the site archive and considers its potential for further analysis …

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Pink Cottages

Four evaluation trenches were excavated in an area immediately north-east of the Old Norwich Road, prior to its redevelopment for housing, in the parish of Coddenham, in Suffolk. The site had most recently been the location of a Grade II listed house (subsequently divided to form the Pink Cottages) and gardens, although the building burnt down in 2014. …

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Land to the Rear of the Old Post Office, Church Street

An evaluation to assess the archaeological potential of land to the rear of the Old Post Office, Church Street, Fressingfield, Suffolk was carried out to assess the impact of a proposed residential development on heritage assets …

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Kings Marsh and Stony Ditch Tidal Repair Works

In conjunction with the undertaking of works to repair flood defences on Orford Ness,Orford, Suffolk, archaeological monitoring of the excavation of borrow pits and replacement of several sections of the tidal walls was carried out. …

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UK Power Networks cable, S of Grammar School, Bridge St

The excavation of a cable trench along a footpath to the south of Thetford Grammar School was monitoring for archaeological features, deposits and finds. A previous service trench, dug in the 1970s, had revealed disarticulated human and animal bone. …

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Methodist Chapel

An archaeological monitoring was carried out at the Methodist Chapel on the High Street, Tuddenham, on the 3rd-4th of May 2011, during the mechanical excavation of foundation trenches for a new house plot. …

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59 Chapel Street

An archaeological monitoring was carried out during the excavation of foundation trenches for an extension to the property …

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