Excavation and test pitting by R Hooker of SyAS, following on from two previous seasons (SyAC 101, 219), confirmed the existence of a series of ditches and further revealed their extent. Three parallel ditches oriented approximately north-east/south-west, two of which are in excess of 40m long, may form the southern boundary of an enclosure, a theory supported by the discovery of a north–south oriented ditch to their west and an apparent lack of any archaeological features to its west. The ditch produced a small assemblage of pottery of probable early Roman date including sherds of a samian jar. The possible intersection of these ditches was not explored. A short section of an undated, L-shaped ditch was recorded east of the parallel ditches.