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Excavations at 43 High Street, Reigate 1981

DAVID W WILLIAMS

A rescue excavation at the rear of 41-43 High Street, Reigate, undertaken from April to June 1981, located the well-preserved remains of a malting kiln of uncertain date, demolished c1700. A well, filled in in the 16th century, and part of a medieval structure, possibly another kiln, were also found. Limited salvage work on an adjacent area recovered a line of over 30 medieval drainpipes. Observation of building work on the bulk of the development site (45-51 High Street) yielded, in contrast, no evidence of structures or of medieval occupation and it is suggested that this area was not build up until the 19th century. An excavation beneath the floor of no 43A, a 17th century building now moved to the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, revealed a medieval wall foundation.

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