Excavation by D Whittaker and A Margetts of ASE, continuing from previous evaluation and excavations in 2007. Limited archaeological material was revealed, with the majority of the predominantly Iron Age and Roman finds being recovered from a layer of colluvium. Some fairly unabraded Neolithic material was also recovered from this layer, suggesting possible rapid deposition, although the presence of early medieval material also suggests some later disturbance, possibly through ploughing. A small number of features were recorded, most of which appeared to have been formed by natural process (rooting and/or bioturbation), although later modified by human or animal activity. It was suggested that the environmental evidence indicated ‘slash and burn’ clearance of a hedgerow, which might in turn have subsequently led to erosion and the formation of the colluvium deposits.