Evaluation by J Stevenson of SCAU prior to the creation of a new “heathland style” golf course. No finds or features of archaeological significance were revealed. A subsequent watching brief discovered only a few pieces of calcined flint. Fieldwalking by A Allen, a local archaeologist, did lead to the discovery of sherds of pottery and tile of late Roman date in one area. The stripped area adjoining the find site was examined, but no features relating to occupation were found. The sherds showed signs of being rolled, and it is probable that any occupation site was located a little further to the west of the findspot, closer to a natural water supply and on the better drained higher ground; and outside the area of the golf course development.