Evaluation by N Randall of SCAU. Two ditches and a pit of Early Iron Age date were revealed, although the quantities of Late Bronze Age pottery within the features also suggested occupation of this date on the site. Some Late Iron Age pottery was also present, together with flintwork of possible Mesolithic/Neolithic–Iron Age date. Subsequent excavations on the site conducted by G Thacker of OAS revealed more of the ditches, together with an additional pit and a posthole of similar provenance. The limited results make interpretation of the site difficult, but it seems likely that activity was taking place during the Bronze Age–Iron Age transition, a period that is somewhat under-represented in the Surrey archaeological record ( https://library.thehumanjourney.net/524/ ).