Ditch c 1m wide by 0.6m deep recorded by G H Cole in building foundation work. The upper fill contained post-medieval pottery, the lower medieval and Surrey white ware sherds. (182)
Excavation by E Crossland for LDLHS recovered small fragments of unstratified IA pottery, and recorded a gully and a straight-sided pit.
A trial trench by S Nelson for NAS [now EEHAS] revealed a small part of a flint rubble wall foundation and a gravel surface, possibly RB.
Construction observed by Mayford and Woking History Society without result; reported by Nancy Hawkins.
Trial excavation by C H Cole for the Surrey Heath Group of SyAS produced evidence of occupation from the 13th/14th centuries to the present. Finds included a nearly complete late 16th century shoe. (184) In further excavation the earliest levels seen were a medieval trampled layer cut by a boundary and/or drainage ditch and by a 16th century building of two phases which was demolished in the mid-17th century.
Small-scale excavation was carried out by D W Williams for HAG around the Golf Club house, supposedly the site from which came the well-known waster jug. Only eight sherds of medieval pottery were found. (183)
Further excavation was carried out by D W Williams for HAG in advance of proposed redevelopment. Just above the natural sand were found a barrel padlock and many sherds of coarse sandy ware cooking pots, associated with carbonised seeds and fish bones. A 12th century date for this pottery and a pit group from the earlier, published, excavation was supported by the discovery nearby of a 12th century French billon denier minted in Angoulême.
Excavation by E Crossland for LDLHS of a site producing IA an RB pottery from pit and ditch features, discovered in M25 construction.
Trial excavation by S Nelson for NAS [now EEHAS] in advance of redevelopment revealed an area of rammed flint cobbling sealing RB material; thought to be a yard rather than part of Stane Street. (187)
Trial excavation and site watching by S Nelson for NAS [now EEHAS] in advance of redevelopment revealed no RB features and only a few RB sherds. (187)