Krawiec, K. (2013). An Archaeological Watching Brief at Church Farm Holiday Village, Pagham, West Sussex,. Archaeology South-East. https://doi.org/10.5284/1056382. Cite this using datacite

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An Archaeological Watching Brief at Church Farm Holiday Village, Pagham, West Sussex,
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Archaeology South East unpublished report series
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In February 2013 Archaeology South-East were commissioned to carry out an archaeological watching brief during the excavation of foundation pads and trenches prior to the construction of a balcony extension to the Owners Exclusive building (OE) at Church Farm Holiday Village, Pagham, West Sussex. The foundation pads were relatively small interventions and the sequence of stratigraphy was the same across the site. A layer of made ground overlay an oxidised alluvial layer and no archaeological features were recorded in any of the foundation pads. The two long trenches also confirmed this site stratigraphy, however, the majority of the trenches were truncated by the foundations of the Owner's Lounge building leaving only c.25cm of undisturbed ground exposed. The excavations were also hampered by the ingress of groundwater trapped by the foundations of the building, leading to difficulties in recording the trenches. No features of archaeological significance were observed during the watching brief as the final excavation depth was c10cm higher than planned, due to the problems with the ground water.
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K Krawiec
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Archaeology South-East
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
West Sussex SMR (OASIS Reviewer)
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2013
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Site: Church Farm Holiday Park
County: WEST SUSSEX
District: ARUN
Parish: PAGHAM
Country: England
Grid Reference: 488431, 97382 (Easting, Northing)
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OASIS Id: archaeol6-146031
OBIB: report number 2013---
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13 Sep 2019