Watching brief by N Shaikhley of SCAU consisting mainly of a photographic record of the Victorian bridge as it was exposed during varying stages of refurbishment works.
Standing building survey by P Reeves of TVAS prior to demolition of a fire-damaged 18th/19th century building.
Evaluation and monitoring of excavation of geotechnical pits by D Score of OA as part of a programme of investigation in advance of proposed redevelopment of part of the interior of the Scheduled Monument. The evaluation and geotechnical pits revealed widespread truncation, an undated ditch, and a residual flint thought to be a Mesolithic projectile point.
Field survey by A and D Graham and members of SyAS around the site of a bath house of 4th century date excavated by S Frere in 1949. The concentrations of Roman material recovered originate from the bath house, and there were no other indications of further buildings being present, thus confirming earlier conclusions that any villa is likely to have been washed away by the action of the nearby river.
Evaluation by C Edwards of AOC revealed evidence of modern landscaping but no finds or features of archaeological interest.
Watching brief by P Guarino of AOC during the excavation of a trench close to the Scheduled racetrack revealed a layer of sand used to make up the level of the ground for the track and evidence of extensive modern truncation.