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A Mesolithic flint tool assemblage
Indications of a large Romano-British settlement site in the area
Medieval pond, which was said to have been a moat originally.
Settlement with Medieval origins.
A Medieval gold ring.
An assemblage of Neolithic flint implements.
A Neolithic leaf-shaped arrowhead found in 1985.
Romano British pottery found by Marion Geeves 1981
One Mesolithic flint tool.
Romano-British brass coin.
Beaker arrowhead and other implements.
Romano-British pottery fragments.
An undated ditched enclosure.
Romano-British pottery fragments associated with fragments of tile and stone slabs.
An undated ring ditch.
Undated earthworks and cropmarks, probably a deserted Medieval village.
A)Romano-British coin. B)Ditch revealed in pipeline trench with quantities of pottery fragments.
Small Neolithic pit excavated in 1989.
Small Mesolithic flint tool assemblage.
Two fragments of Romano-British pottery found during an evaluation excavation in 1998.
Collection of Neolithic flint tools.
Romano-British pottery and tile.
Possible undated settlement site. Some Romano-British tile found in area.
Twentieth century formal garden with fine trees and shrubs, an orchard and aboretum beside.
Undated ring ditch visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs.
Undated enclosure. Some tile was found which may be Romano-British.
Undated enclosure and other cropmarks.
One Romano-British pottery fragment.
Three undated worked flint fragments.
Cropmarks of undated features visible on aerial photographs.
A Saxon hut excavated in 1989.
A Neolithic flint axe.
Suggestion of an undated enclosure within Medieval ridge and furrow. An excavation ahead of road construction revealed undated features including a hearth.
Possibly an undated enclosure.
An assemblage of Mesolithic flint implements.
A Deserted Medieval village.
Undated fragments of worked flint.
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