Evaluation of part of proposed route of the A31 Runfold Diversion and Blackwater Valley Route by G N Hayman for SCAU and SCC (County Engineer's department). One large ditch containing a few fragments of 3rd or 4th century AD pottery and four undated gullies were uncovered.
Evaluation by trial trenching of an area proposed for the fish farm, by Rob Poulton of SCAU for Mr A Verber. The area is low lying and has latterly been used for watercress beds; no archaeological features were recorded.
Fieldwalking by D Montgomery recovered 235 pieces of struck flint across an area of 6 ha. A concentration was noted at TQ 063 474. The flint included 72 unused secondary flakes, 3 flake cores, 23 blades or blade parts, 10 microlith blades, 1 scraper and part of a Neolithic polished axe reused as a scraper. (275)
A watching brief on groundworks for a new golf course, by Rob Poulton of SCAU for Barrelfield Golf Network, revealed no features of archaeological interest.
Observation by S P Dyer for SCAU and SCC of earthmoving for bridge replacement did not locate anything of archaeological interest. (282)
Observation of building works (in 1991) by J Boas for Guildford Museum revealed a chalk block wall and a floor of crushed chalk. The wall may relate to late 18th century farm buildings. (284)
Observation of building works by GMVEU located evidence for a deep quarry, probably predating the mid-19th century Stoke Brewery known on the site, and 17th to 19th century pottery. Many stamped bottles associated with the brewery were stolen from the site. (282)
Barrel-vaulted structure identified as the remains of a medieval undercroft by GMVEU. (282)
A number of small 17th century and later finds recovered from beneath the floorboards by GMVEU. (282)
Several features identified by GMVEU during building works, including four pits and a ditch containing 12th to 13th century pottery; a mid-13th century well; a 17th century brick-lined kiln and other evidence for industrial activity; 18th and 19th century pits. (282)