Investigation by Time Team comprising geophysical survey, field survey and trenching identified a number of Roman features including several pits, one of which was over 3m deep, a kiln or oven, and that the Roman road connecting London and Brighton ran through the site and not along Tilburstow Hill Road, a short distance to the east. (398)
Excavation of a test pit by R Le Brocq as part of the Time Team `Big Dig’ reported finds of Neolithic and post-medieval date.
Excavation of a test pit by B Fairs as part of the Time Team `Big Dig’ revealed finds presumably associated with the now demolished Milton Court Mill buildings that once existed on the site
Excavation of a test pit by P Robbins as part of the Time Team `Big Dig’ revealed no finds or features of archaeological interest.
Excavation of two test pits by S Richmond as part of the Time Team `Big Dig’ revealed the remains of one, and possibly another, wall, associated with a pair of cottages demolished on the site in the early 20th century. Pottery finds were reported as being post-medieval, although two medieval sherds were listed.
Excavation of a test pit by C McDerment as part of the Time Team `Big Dig’ revealed finds reported as being modern.