Children, G. and Priestley, S. (2011). Archaeological Observation and Excavation at The Village Hall/Reading Room, High Street, Leintwardine, Herefordshire. Border Archaeology. https://doi.org/10.5284/1039906. Cite this using datacite

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Archaeological Observation and Excavation at The Village Hall/Reading Room, High Street, Leintwardine, Herefordshire
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Border Archaeology carried out a programme of fieldwork at The Village Hall/Reading Room High Street Leintwardine Herefordshire (NGR SO40330 74092) (Planning Ref: DCNW2009/0615/F) (figs.1 and 2) under instruction from Michael Collins Esq. on behalf of Leintwardine Village Hall and Community Centre Committee (LVHCCC) between June 1st and June 14th 2011. The programme comprised, firstly, the observation of groundworks activity along the southern elevation of the existing building undertaken prior to the lowering of an existing power line, the relocation of three electricity cable stays and construction of a new access ramp. The second part of the programme comprised manual excavation of an area measuring roughly 25 sq. m representing an extension and access path located to the rear of the existing building. This included 1) 9.5m of foundation trenching to a depth of 0.45m below finished floor level, 2) 1.2m of trenching to a depth of 0.8m below existing ground level to connect a drainage pipe to an existing soakaway and 3) a pathway running to the rear of the existing building to a depth of 0.3m below existing ground level. The Village Hall/Reading Room is situated within the Scheduled Area of the Roman station of Bravinium (SAM HE28) and a WSI representing a methodology for consent to undertake the work was submitted to Tony Fleming Esq. of English Heritage by Neil Shurety of Border Archaeology and subsequently approved by him.
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G Children
S Priestley
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Border Archaeology
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Herefordshire HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2011
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Site: The Village Hall/Reading Room, High Street, Leintwardine, Herefordshire
County: HEREFORDSHIRE
District: HEREFORDSHIRE
Parish: LEINTWARDINE
Country: England
Grid Reference: 340330, 274092 (Easting, Northing)
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FORTLET (Monus) Roman (GLL)
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