Mammoth teeth and tusk and bones of woolly rhinoceros found in gravel extraction and reported by J J Chapman. Also found was a nearly complete pot, 3rd/4th century AD, presumably originally associated with a burial.
Site watching of topsoil removal before gravel extraction by J J Chapman for SAFG revealed no features and only two flints and one fragment of RB pottery.
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)
Animal bones, including several of horse and cattle, and two fragments of 1st century AD pottery from a buried watercourse noted in gravel extraction and reported by J J Chapman. Map ref centered
Fieldwalking by SRVSG near the site of several RB pits recovered a fragment of RB roof tile. (198)
Observation by K D Graham for FMS of test holes dug for proposed redevelopment noted two fragments of RB roof tile. Probably manuring scatter
Aerial photography by K D Graham revealed the existence of a sub-rectangular double ditched enclosure of approximately 1.6ha. Possible IA date suggested by supposed finds by metal detector users of IA and Roman Republican coins in this area. Fieldwaiking of field immediately to west revealed a late 1st to early 2nd century RB site. (194; see note in this volume by David Graham and R A Merson)
Reported by Lesley Ketteringham that M Russell had observed work for a hospital extension, and recovered some RB and a little medieval pottery