Children, G. and Priestley, S. (2012). Archaeological Desk Based Assessment and Mitigation Shipton Moyne Water Mains Replacement Scheme Phase III - Long Newnton to Tetbury, Gloucestershire. Border Archaeology. https://doi.org/10.5284/1027532. Cite this using datacite

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Archaeological Desk Based Assessment and Mitigation Shipton Moyne Water Mains Replacement Scheme Phase III - Long Newnton to Tetbury, Gloucestershire
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Border Archaeology undertook this archaeological desk-based assessment on behalf of Bristol Water to determine (a) the nature of the archaeological resource within the vicinity of a proposed replacement water main pipeline and (b) an appropriate level of mitigatory response. The route extends from a covered reservoir on the W side of a lane (Newnton Hill) immediately W of Long Newnton Church (NGR ST 90907 92418) for a distance of 260m N towards Church Farm (NGR ST 90960 92692). From this point, the pipeline route extends NW across open fields for an approximate distance of 1.34km towards the eastern outskirts of Tetbury, crossing the line of the disused Tetbury branch of the Great Western Railway and the River Avon (Tetbury Branch) before terminating at Herd Lane, Tetbury (NGR ST 89940 93542). The proposed engineering strategy is directional drilling using access/egress pits approximately 100m apart but an open-cut methodology remains an option if engineering requirements so dictate.
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G Children
S Priestley
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Border Archaeology
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2012
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Site: Shipton Moyne, Gloucestershire
Parish: LONG NEWNTON
District: COTSWOLD
County: GLOUCESTERSHIRE
Country: England
Location - Auto Detected: Tetbury
Location - Auto Detected: River Avon Tetbury Branch
Location - Auto Detected: Bristol
Location - Auto Detected: Herd Lane Tetbury
Location - Auto Detected: Newnton Hill
Location - Auto Detected: Tetbury Gloucestershire
Location - Auto Detected: Church Farm
Grid Reference: 390907, 192418 (Easting, Northing)
Grid Reference: 390960, 192692 (Easting, Northing)
Grid Reference: 389940, 193542 (Easting, Northing)
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Railway (Monus) Post Medieval (MIDAS)
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OASIS Id: borderar1-184347
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28 Nov 2016
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