Inspection by R Poulton of SCAU of the roof of the mobilization centre during removal of a section of earth covering it in order to trace the cause of water ingress into the building.
Excavation by J Pine of TVAS on the site of the proposed University of Surrey expansion area. Three possible buildings, a four-post structure, isolated postholes, pits and gullies were recorded in one distinct area, together with isolated postholes, ditches and a gully. The majority of these features contained pottery, which was similar in type to that found during the 2002 evaluation, being of Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age date.
Excavation by NEHHAS adjacent to the course of a Second World War anti-tank ditch. No report or details of the results have been submitted.
The West Lodge building(s) is to the east side of Blacksmith Lane at the west (main) entrance to the Chilworth Gunpowder Mills Middle Works site originally serving as an entry control point.