Adams, M. C. and McCall, W., (2009). Gainsborough Stables, Hamilton Road, Newmarket, Suffolk: An archaeological evaluation.. Hertford: Archaeological Solutions Ltd.

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Gainsborough Stables, Hamilton Road, Newmarket, Suffolk: An archaeological evaluation.
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Archaeological Solutions Ltd unpublished report series
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1004392
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In December 2008 and January 2009, Archaeological Solutions Ltd (AS) conducted an archaeological trial trenching evaluation and watching brief at Gainsborough Stables, Hamilton Road, Newmarket, Suffolk (TL 626 639). The investigation was commissioned by Patrick B Doyle Ltd in order to comply with an archaeological condition attached to the planning permission for the proposed redevelopment of the stables (Planning application No. Ref.F/2008/0717/FUL). Twenty six trenches were excavated and a watching brief conducted during removal of existing foundations. Despite the potential of the site for Iron Age and Roman remains, archaeological features were sparse and archaeological finds absent. Modern services, footings and a bore hole were recorded in twelve trenches (Trs 1, 2B, 4, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 19A, 24A, 24B and 25). These features were largely recorded in the previously developed area of the site. Modern pits and postholes were present in three trenches (Tr. 1 F1019, Tr.8 F1005 and F1007, and Tr. 9, F1022). Modern footings (Tr. 13. F1030) and a construction cut for a metalled car park (Tr 21B, F1043) were also present. These features were widely dispersed within the site, including the relatively undistuurbed grassland area (Tr.8). The features of interest, two undated postholes (Tr.4 F1011 and Tr.5 F1015) and the chalk wall foundation (Tr.7 M1003), were located in the grassland area. The wall foundation is undated and isolated, and cannot readily be assigned a function. No artefacts pre-dating thepost-medieval and modern periods were present.
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M C Adams
W McCall
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Archaeological Solutions Ltd
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Suffolk HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2009
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Site: Gainsborough Stables, Hamilton Road
Parish: NEWMARKET
District: FOREST HEATH
County: SUFFOLK
Country: England
Grid Reference: 562500, 263900 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: N/A Uncertain
Monus: Post Hole Uncertain
Monus: Wall Uncertain
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OASIS Id: archaeol7-55249
OBIB: Archaeological Solutions Report No: 3230
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A4 ringbound document
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23 Nov 2016
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