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Holderness, H. (2014) Moss Farm, Crewe, Cheshire. Llanidloes, Wales: Archaeology Wales, Report number 1254. https://doi.org/10.5284/1041210

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Document Details

TitleMoss Farm, Crewe, Cheshire
AuthorsHolderness, H.
ProducerArchaeology Wales
Place of productionLlanidloes, Wales
Other bibliographic detailsReport number 1254

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Site details

Location
Site nameMoss Farm, Crewe, Cheshire
ParishWARMINGHAM
DistrictCREWE AND NANTWICH
CountyCHESHIRE
CountryEngland
Grid reference SJ 69807 59141 (point)
Monuments and Finds      
NONENone
NONENone
 

Other details

DescriptionA4 ring bind with glossy front cover + digital report in a single PDF format
Associated identifier archaeol26-244163
Validation HistoryThis report has been submitted in association with an archaeological event recorded through OASIS. The details of this report have not been verified by the local authority Historic Environment Record who should be consulted for more information.