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S.Williams (2013) Watching Brief Land Adjacent 68 Fen Road Billinghay Lincolnshire. Midland archaeological Services: Midland Archaeological Services, MAS 560/13.

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Document Details

TitleWatching Brief Land Adjacent 68 Fen Road Billinghay Lincolnshire
ProducerMidland Archaeological Services
Place of productionMidland archaeological Services
Other bibliographic detailsMAS 560/13

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Site details

Site nameLand adjacent 68 Fen Road Billinghay
Grid reference TF 15320 55344 (point)
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DescriptionWatching brief conducted during development of the site, no archaeological deposits or features recorded and it was concluded that the previous use of the site for pig housing had truncated any deposits or features which may have been present.
Associated identifier midlanda1-160738