Land north of Lion Road, Glemsford CP School New Playing Field

An archaeological evaluation was carried out in advance of a planning application to change part of an active arable field into a playing field for the adjacent Glemsford CP School. …

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Land north of Alexandra Cottage, The Street

An archaeological monitoring was carried out during ground works on land to the rear of Alexandra Cottage, The Street, Walberswick, revealed extant archaeological features and deposits of late medieval date, possibly forming a small outdoor smithy belonging to a larger house nearby. The Street appears unlikely to have moved much since the medieval period, with listed buildings of 16th century origin fronting onto the street in both directions, and it is suggested that the possible smithy belonged to a dwelling sited where Manor House/Manor Lodge now stand …

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17 Whiting Street

An evaluation and subsequent excavation at 17 Whiting Street, Bury St Edmunds produced evidence of occupation from the early medieval period. …

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Rear of 18 High Street

An archaeological monitoring, carried out on land to the rear of 18 High Street, Clare during residential development, identified an undated former boundary ditch which is thought to have defined a property boundary to the rear of the post-medieval street frontage and may have earlier medieval origins, together with three large pits of post-medieval date that were probably rubbish pit within the yards to the rear of the extant 15th/16th century buildings …

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Primary School

An archaeological evaluation was carried out immediately to the west of the existing school buildings off Cordell Road in the centre of Long Melford. Two trenches were excavated, all of which revealed evidence of later Iron Age/early Roman occupation on the site in the form of ditches, pits, a structural feature and a buried mixed soil layer. Redeposited earlier Iron Age pottery and later prehistoric flint were also recovered as well as Roman pottery dating to the 2nd century or later …

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Air raid shelters, Windsor Circle, RAF Lakenheath

Two WWII, or late pre-war air raid shelters were recorded within the Windsor Circle development area on RAF Lakenheath, Eriswell, Suffolk. The shelters shared the same ground plan and are thought to be of the Stanton type. They were constructed of reinforced concrete that was laid in pre-cast slabs, rather than poured into trenches in-situ. The tops of both shelters had been removed during earlier groundworks …

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