Hall, N., (2014). Archaeological Monitoring and Recording at the Warehouse Complex, High Dike, Wilsford Heath, Wilsford, Lincolnshire . Lincoln: Neville Hall MIFA.

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Archaeological Monitoring and Recording at the Warehouse Complex, High Dike, Wilsford Heath, Wilsford, Lincolnshire
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Neville Hall MIFA unpublished report series
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1031285
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The groundworks for this development comprising the mechanical excavation of fifty-one stanchion bases for a new warehouse storage building had already been excavated prior to arrival. Of these, forty-eight excavations had also already been infilled with concrete. The archaeological works on this site thus comprised the archaeological recording of these excavations where the concrete infilling permitted. The three excavations which had not been infilled with concrete provided a full opportunity to record the deposit sequence of this site. There was no evidence for any archaeological activity on this site on this site and there were no finds. The stanchion bases had been excavated through both areas of concrete hardstanding, which may have been associated with the former RAF airfield here or through modern made ground deposits. These areas of concrete hardstanding and modern made ground deposits in turn overlay hardcore for the concrete hardstanding and further modern made ground deposits underlying the hardcore, both of which were also associated with the construction of the former RAF airfield on this site. It was possible to observe and record the underlying natural horizon of clays in some of these excavations. Although this site is situated in close proximity to the intersection of the two Roman roads of Ermine Street and King Street, no evidence for any contemporary roadside settlement activity was encountered. A site monitoring visit was made by Jan Allen of the Lincolnshire County Council Historic Environment Team (on behalf of the Local Waste Authority) on the 4th of August 2014 and in the light of these findings, it was agreed that no further archaeological monitoring and recording would be necessary.
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N Hall
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Neville Hall MIFA
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Lincolnshire HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2014
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Site: The Warehouse Complex, High Dike, Wilsford Heath, Wilsford, Lincolnshire
County: LINCOLNSHIRE
District: NORTH KESTEVEN
Parish: WILSFORD
Country: England
Grid Reference: 497890, 341810 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: NONE None
Monus: AIRFIELD Modern
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OASIS Id: nevilleh1-189966
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01 Feb 2018
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