Cramp, R., (2008). Archaeological Strip, Map and Record Programme on land at Fryzm's House Farm, Stenson, Derbyshire NGR SK 3226 2951 . Stoke-on-Trent Archaeology.

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Archaeological Strip, Map and Record Programme on land at Fryzm's House Farm, Stenson, Derbyshire NGR SK 3226 2951
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Stoke-on-Trent Archaeology unpublished report series
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stokeont2-52440_1.pdf (6 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1008704
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Stoke-on-Trent Archaeology carried out an archaeological strip, map and record programme on a proposed recreational development at Fryzm's House Farm, Buckford Lane, Stenson, Debyshire (NGR SK 3226 2951). The work was commissioned by CgMs Consulting Ltd on behalf of the Client, Mr J. Hudson, and was undertaken between 27th and 31st October 2008. An archaeological desk-based assessment of the site, known as 'Ten Acre Field', by Trent and Peak Archaeology highlighted the possibility of significant river terrace archaeology, which was mostly prehistoric in character. The site had probably lain in a zone of unimproved agricultural land since the medieval period and the historic map evidence indicated that its boundaries had remained unaltered since c.1840. Although the original design of the development had been modified to mitigate its effect on the site's potential archaeology, it remained possible that groundworks might impact upon surviving features. Five areas were stripped by machine, four of which represented the foundation footprints for buildings, while the fifth was the site of a lake. One trench (Trench 1) was believed to intersect a possible Iron Age pit alignment. Although no evidence for this monument was encountered, it was observed that a natural sedimentary transition across the trench closely matched the same bearing as the feature. An ephemeral linear feature was revealed in trench 2 [202] close to a possible rectilinear enclosure, although not obviously related to it.
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R Cramp
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Stoke-on-Trent Archaeology
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Derbyshire County Council (OASIS Reviewer)
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2008
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Site: Fryzm's House Farm
Parish: TWYFORD AND STENSON
District: SOUTH DERBYSHIRE
County: DERBYSHIRE
Country: England
Grid Reference: 432260, 329510 (Easting, Northing)
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OASIS Id: stokeont2-52440
OBIB: Report No. 236
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A4, spiral-bound report, 35 pages in total. Includes report text, figures, plates, appendices.
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24 Nov 2016
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