Evaluation by L Capon of AOC. Only post-medieval features, including a former tree pit, a shallow gully and the burial of a small dog, were revealed.
Historic building recording and watching brief by K Bower of PCA during the exposure, subsequent partial demolition, and conversion of a Second World War DFW3/28 anti-tank gun emplacement/pillbox. Elements of the original construction of the structure and later re-use as a domestic building were recorded.
Evaluation by A Turner of PCA. Remains of two early 19th century farm buildings and their later replacements were noted, but no evidence for earlier activity was revealed.
Watching brief by S Watson of PCA. Elements of the outer defensive ditch of Pewley Hill Fort, a 19th century Mobilisation Centre, were recorded. The extensive 19th century remodelling of the site to construct the fort resulted in no finds or features pre-dating this period apparently surviving.
Watching brief by J Langthorne of PCA, following evaluation in 2008, did not reveal any finds or features of archaeological interest.