Wragg, K., (2009). Replacement Agricultural Building at Hall Farm, Thornton Road, South Kelsey, Lincolnshire. Lincs Archaeo-tech.

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Replacement Agricultural Building at Hall Farm, Thornton Road, South Kelsey, Lincolnshire
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Lincs Archaeo-tech unpublished report series
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1018940
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Hall Farm is situated at the southern end of the village of South Kelsey in the administrative district of West Lindsey. It dates from approximately 1810 and occupies the site of the former South Kelsey Hall, which was demolished in the late 18th/early 19th century. The large moated enclosure of the Hall, apparently dating from the 14th century, lies to the south of the proposed development, and is now a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The site itself lies at a nominal elevation of 22m OD immediately to the north of the main farm buildings, and encompasses an area measuring approximately 50m x 20m. Planning permission was sought for the demolition of the remains of a fire-damaged Dutch barn and the construction of a new building of comparable size. Approval was granted by West Lindsey District Council in January 2007 with a condition that an archaeological watching brief be carried out in conjunction with the development groundworks. Lincs Archaeo-tech was commissioned by the developer, K. C. and V. F. Knapton and Son, to provide the required archaeological services, with attendance undertaken on an intermittent basis between the 2nd of April and the 12th of July 2007. Unfortunately, in spite of the site's apparent potential, the results ultimately provided no evidence for any archaeological activity whatsoever, with the few deposits that were present apparently of either modern or natural (i.e., geological) origin.
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K Wragg
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Lincs Archaeo-tech
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Lincolnshire HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2009
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Site: Replacement Agricultural Building at Hall Farm, Thornton Road, South Kelsey, Lincolnshire
Parish: SOUTH KELSEY
District: WEST LINDSEY
County: LINCOLNSHIRE
Country: England
Location - Auto Detected: South Kelsey Hall
Location - Auto Detected: South Kelsey
Location - Auto Detected: Hall Farm Thornton Road South Kelsey Lincolnshire Hall Farm
Grid Reference: 504480, 397740 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: None Uncertain
Monus: None Uncertain
Temporal - Auto Detected: 1810
Temporal - Auto Detected: 14th Century
20th Century
Temporal - Auto Detected: Late 18thearly 19th Century
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OASIS Id: lincsarc1-62038
OBIB: LAT Archaeological Report No.: 31
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Comb-bound portrait-format A4 report with card covers
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25 Nov 2016
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