Evaluation by C Russell of CBAS revealed no finds or features of archaeological significance.
Historic building recording by K Butler of CBAS of the 17th century Grade II-listed barn.
Watching brief by K Butler of CBAS revealed no archaeological features, although two pottery sherds dating to the Saxo-Norman period were recovered from the topsoil, suggesting possible early medieval activity on or near the site. The majority of the artefacts recovered during the watching brief were dated to the mid–late 16th century, contemporary with Forge Cottage. Other pottery recovered was of the early post-medieval period, although the largest quantity was of 19th century date.
Historic building recording by K Butler of CBAS on one of two 17th/18th century Grade II-listed barns prior to alteration to convert it to residential use.