Evaluation by N Randall of SCAU revealed the foundations of a low-status wall, but no features or finds of archaeological significance.
Surrey County Archaeological Unit
Evaluation by N Randall of SCAU did not reveal any finds or features of archaeological interest.
Evaluation by R Lambert of SCAU. A small cluster of features including pits, possible tree-throw holes and a gully was revealed in a distinct area adjacent to Send Hill. Three of these contained small quantities of possibly residual prehistoric flint, but little of conclusive dating value. However, a shallow pit and a posthole were found to contain pottery of a Saxon date. The comparative rarity of Saxon features in any context in Surrey renders these discoveries significant and the area worthy of further investigation.
Evaluation by R Lambert of SCAU. Two tree hollows, a cluster of large postholes, and a series of colluvial deposits containing notable quantities of flintwork and pottery of Neolithic/Bronze Age date, was revealed.
Watching brief by R Lambert of SCAU during the installation of a gas pipeline through the northern bank of the fort revealed evidence for the original construction of the feature.
Watching brief by G Pattison of SCAU during repairs revealed very little of significance relating to the origins, construction or chronological development of the bridge.
Evaluation by P Jones of SCAU revealed a series of gullies most likely to represent bedding trenches of late 19th/early 20th century date, a late post-medieval to modern animal burial pit, and recovered residual struck flints and an early medieval sherd.
Watching brief by R Poulton of SCAU during the excavation of two test pits within the Scheduled Oatlands Palace close to the location of previous investigation in the 1960s. The watching brief did not reveal any finds or features of archaeological interest, but did clarify the depth at which archaeological remains are likely to be present and at risk from developmental impact.
Evaluation trenching in advance of the construction of a new road revealed prehistoric flintwork and pottery and a post-medieval gully. Two skeletons had been discovered in earlier work by S E Winbolt.
Evaluation by T Collie of SCAU revealed no finds or features of archaeological significance.