Evaluation by C Edwards of AOC. A linear feature may be a possible gully or represent an undulation in the natural subsoil. No subsoil was recorded across a large part of the site, suggesting horizontal truncation had taken place.
AOC (Archaeology) Group
Watching brief by I Hogg of AOC during excavation of access pits along a section of a gas pipeline between Ashford and Runnymede Bridge revealed only modern backfill.
Evaluation by C Edwards of AOC. A buried soil layer was examined that contained a small quantity of post-medieval pottery and a clay pipe fragment, but no features of archaeological significance were revealed.
Evaluation by H MacQuarrie of AOC did not reveal any finds of features of archaeological interest.
Evaluation by C Edwards of AOC revealed recent made-ground, a buried garden soil and natural gravels, but no finds or features of archaeological significance.
Evaluation by P Kehoe of AOC within a car park north of the studios produced no finds or features of archaeological significance.
Evaluation by P Kehoe of AOC across the north of the site revealed the area to be truncated by modern services with no archaeological finds or features present.
Watching brief by O Batchelor of AOC on five test pits revealed modern truncation associated with the construction of the former house.
Evaluation by J Winfer of AOC revealed features of modern date. No significant earlier archaeological remains were encountered.