Stonehenge Visitor Enhancement Project (SVEP). Airman's Corner, Winterbourne Stoke, Wiltshire. Archaeological Excavations

Wessex Archaeology, 2020

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Introduction

Stonehenge Visitor Enhancement Project (SVEP). Airman's Corner, Winterbourne Stoke, Wiltshire. Archaeological Excavations

Wessex Archaeology were commissioned by English Heritage to undertake an archaeological evaluation comprising 10 machine excavated trenches and 10 hand dug test pits on land to the north of the new Stonehenge Visitor Centre located at Airman's Corner, Winterbourne Stoke, Wiltshire.

No archaeological features or deposits were identified within the excavated trenches or test pits, although a small number of modern postholes and ditch features were uncovered. A number of tree throws and natural geological features were also uncovered and investigated, although no associated archaeological finds were recovered.


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