Stalham Road

An archaeological evaluation carried out on land at Stalham Road, Hoveton, Norfolk identified slight evidence of a low-level scatter of prehistoric activity and confirmed the presence of several former field boundaries indicated in an earlier geophysical survey. At least one of these ditches was of post-medieval date, and corresponded to a boundary on the 19th century enclosure and tithe maps. There was no evidence to suggest that any belonged to a Roman field system previously identified in the nearby vicinity …

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Land west of Red House

An archaeological evaluation carried out on land west of Red House, Long Melford, identified two undated features amidst areas of substantial post-medieval/modern disturbance. No datable evidence of any activity relating to the nearby Roman settlement or medieval occupation of the town was identified …

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Windsor Circle eval, phase 3 , RAF Lakenheath

This report is to be read as an appendix to SCCAS Report 2011/001 which describes the results of an archaeological evaluation at Windsor Circle, RAF Lakenheath. It concerns an area of the site previously unavailable for trial trenching during the main project …

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The Maltings

Monitoring of the excavation of trenches, a man hole and a large soak-away at the former maltings on Mildenhall Road, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, revealed evidence of several post-medieval features and layers, including canal channels thought to be associated with the coal yard and the maltings. A brick quayside surface, as well as a chalk screed/surface, several make-up, consolidation and levelling layers were also recorded and are all post-medieval. Finds recovered from the site comprise late medieval and post-medieval brick fragments, and undated CBM …

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Westley Hall farm

An area of 0.77ha was stripped for an excavation on land at Hall Farm, Westley prior to the construction of a reservoir. The excavation identified a line of circular pits dating to the Middle Iron Age, portions of a Roman field system, a Late Saxon building and post-medieval ditches …

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Hill Top Farm

Monitoring of footing trenches for a house and garage at Hill Top Farm, Stowmarket, in Suffolk, revealed two ditches which were parallel to the nearby road and two pits. These were all probably post-medieval, although the ditches may have originally been medieval re-cut long-standing boundaries. No finds were recovered, although post-medieval brick fragments, china sherds and bottle glass were recorded in the pits and ditches …

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Travelodge, Duke Street

An archaeological excavation was carried out in advance of the construction of a Travelodge Hotel on a site fronting Duke Street, Ipswich. The first stage of the excavation revealed the remains of a series of brick built structures and associated surfaces. From map regression these have been identified as parts a Sunday School and a terrace of housing that were built during the mid 19th century that fronted onto a former street named Siloam Place. …

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Biomass plant, Snetterton

An evaluation was carried out to assess the archaeological potential of the site of a proposed biomass plant at Grange Farm Snetterton, Norfolk. …

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Land south east of Low Farm, Summer Lane

An archaeological evaluation was carried out on land at south east of Low Farm, Summer Lane, Bromeswell in advance of the construction of two steel framed buildings. A single ditch was observed during the evaluation, from which a flint flake and single sherd of prehistoric pottery were recovered. …

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