Minsmere Nature Reserve

An archaeological evaluation was carried out on land at Minsmere Nature Reserve, Westleton in advance of new buildings. No archaeological features were observed in Trench 1 where landscaping and modern disturbance may have impacted on archaeological levels, but a single undated ditch was recorded in Trench 2 …

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Crown Inn

An archaeological monitoring was carried out during ground reduction for the construction of new accommodation blocks and some underground gas tanks …

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Wolmers Barn, East End Road

Monitoring of groundworks related to the conversion of a timber framed barn at East End Road, Stonham Aspal, was carried out as a condition of the planning consent in order to record any archaeological evidence revealed by the groundworks. Medieval pottery was recovered from part of the barns floor surface whilst strip foundations for an extention revealed made-up ground to a depth of 1m which may be the fill of a large pit or pond …

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Richmond House

The excavation of an evaluation trench and two test pits at Richmond House Clare uncovered at least seven cut features dating between the 12th to 19th centuries. Finds from the site included 25 sherds of medieval pottery dated from the 12th to 14th centuries although the majority of these were found in later contexts. The evaluation has provided evidence for the occupation of Nethergate Street from the medieval period …

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New FE Building, West Suffolk College

Two archaeological evaluation trenches were dug to the south and west of Burma House, West Suffolk College, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. The groundworks revealed possibly undisturbed buried topsoil and subsoil in one trench, although this was not dated. This trench also produced one unstratified medieval/late medieval buckle. The second trench was heavily disturbed as a result of the car park construction. No features were recorded …

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Bare Ground Creation Plots, Cranwich Camp

Metal detecting, monitoring and GPS survey of two rotavated plots and one topsoil stripped plot were undertaken at Cranwich Camp, Norfolk, which was an inter-war unemployment camp and then a WWII military training camp. These works recovered fifty-eight small finds, including three medieval coins, three military buttons, one Great Western Railway button and an implement for cleaning military uniforms. The foundation of a concrete building slab was recorded, as well as traces of several other structures, including Nissen huts. A post-medieval pottery fragment and a later prehistoric flint were also found …

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Biomass Plant

Desk-based assessment of the site of a proposed Biomass Plant, including an aerial photographic survey and a documentary search, has set the location within its immediate archaeological landscape …

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RAF Mildenhall, Cultural Resource Survey

This report contains the results of a series of surveys to catalogue and assess the significance of the known and potential cultural resources at RAF Mildenhall. It is designed to assist the US government to comply with its own regulation regarding protection of host nation cultural resources. The report summarises data recorded on a geo-referenced database …

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