Strip, map and sample by J Wright of COT revealed two pits and two linear features, and recovered a small quantity of probable Mesolithic flint from the top of the natural substrate. One of the pits was similar to examples investigated in an adjoining area in 2011 thought likely to be tree-throw hollows resulting from tree clearance in the Late Bronze Age or Early Iron Age. The second pit is also likely to be the remains of a tree-throw hollow but probably of recent origin. An undated but probably medieval or post-medieval ditch and bank, with a buried soil preserved under the bank, preserves the boundary of woodland shown on OS maps from the late 19th century. The second linear feature, a wide and shallow ditch, was undated.