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Evaluation by J Martin of WA revealed nothing of archaeological interest in the majority of trenches, but one trench within the north of the site and close to an area where previous fieldwalking had recovered a concentration of Bronze Age material revealed two ditches which it was not possible to date and a small pit that contained a sherd of pottery dated to the Iron Age. These features may represent the periphery of any potential archaeological focus present to the north. A subsequent phase of monitoring by O Good of WA revealed further evidence of one of the ditches (which contained two sherds of pottery of Early to Middle Iron Age date) and a previously unknown ditch. The two ditches are believed to be contemporary and likely to have formed part of a narrow track or drove way used for livestock management within a larger agricultural landscape.