Watching brief by S Nelson of EEHAS during the alterations to the building and during demolition of a rear, presumed 19th century, extension. The building is a late 17th century timber-framed structure, with 18th and 19th century alterations and additions. Stripping of all internal plaster surfaces allowed details of the timber framing and sequence of development to be recorded and a previous programme of building recording be augmented. The demolition of the rear extension revealed two brick-lined pits: one a possible ‘coal hole’ for the extension, and the other a small light well that pre-dated the extension and once served an unknown cellar. A substantial amount of Roman pottery and bone was also recovered during groundworks for a new extension, although no features were identified.