part of a building with flint footings, of the early 13th to 14th century, found in gardening. Subsequent investigation also revealed a BA burial urn apparently in situ and some 50 probably Mesolithic flint tools. Reported by M Russell. (157)
Excavation and fieldwork by S Dyer for Spelthorne Archaeological Field Group in advance of development located Mesolithic flints and possible BA pottery. (169)
Excavation by M G O'Connell for SCC, DOE and Ready Mixed Concrete Ltd, in advance of gravel extraction, examined a large area of a crop mark complex including a prehistoric trackway and a hut probably of similar LBA/EIA date. (164)
Excavation by D Barker for Egham by Runnymede Historical Society in advance of redevelopment located LBA features immediately below a gravel surface of c AD 1660. Large quantities of later 17th and early 19th century material were recovered from rubbish pits. (166)
Over 70 sherds of Beaker pottery, including both fine and coarse wares, recovered by M Russell. They probably represent occupation activity. (179)
Topsoil stripping observed by M G O’Connell and R J Poulton for SCC, DoE and British Airports Authority revealed various features; a (probable) LBA pit was recorded in detail. At TQ 053 746 fresh cursus sections were recorded in pipeline and road construction.
Two possible barrows (2nd at 185 546) recorded by M G O'Connell Land R J Poulton for SCC and the British Pipeline Agency. Probably part of a group of which four others are known
LBA site with features including hearth pits packed with flint and some pottery recorded by Ann Watson during M25 construction.
Large-scale excavation by M G O'Connell for SCC, Hall Aggregates (Thames Valley) Ltd, HBMC, and the Community Task Force. Neolithic cursus ditches recorded in detail in several places, also probably LBA field boundaries and large pits (7 wells), some with waterlogged wood remains. The supposed `henge', tentatively identified on aerial photographs, was found to be an ill-defined probably Saxon feature.
Trial excavation by Ann Watson in advance of possible tree planting produced burnt flint and LBA pottery.