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C Scurfield
A EH level 1 survey of the farmstead which recorded a stable with hayloft over a threshing barn, shelter sheds and stables
2013
C Scurfield
Watching brief during the demolition of the old print works behind 2 listed buildings close to the roman road
2013
C Scurfield
WATCHING BRIEF DURING SITE REDUCTION WORKS FOR THE CONTRUCTION OF STABLES AND A MENAGE WEST OF BRAEMAR HOUSE. LARGELY NEGATIVE, BECAUSE THEREDUCTION WORKS MERELEY TRUNCATED THE FORMER PLOUGH SOIL, A SHERD OF PROBABLY RB POTTERY WAS RECOVERD
2011
C Scurfield
excavations associated with 4 new dwellings at Highbury House
2015
C Scurfield
watching brief for two dwellings close to the AS cemetry site at Cotgrave, Notts.
2016
C Scurfield
This watching brief took place during the excavation of foundation trenches for an annexe to the existing property at 3 Westgate, Yarm. The longest trench measured 8m in length with three shorter trenches of 5m in length. Each trench revealed an alluvial subsoil. This contained some medieval pottery from the 13th-14th centuries.
2013
C Scurfield
Investigation of a deep plough soil with an abundance of medieval pottery during foundation trenching for a small extension. Structurally there was a linear spread of cobbles including a small quern stone or architectural fragment.
2013
C Scurfield
watching brief during site reduction, negative results
2017
C Scurfield
DBA for proposed housing development
2015
C Scurfield
This archaeological watching brief was carried out by CS Archaeology during the excavation of foundations trenches for a new dwelling in May 2014. No significant archaeology was revealed but traces of two undated, but probably modern, animal burial pits were revealed.
2014
C Scurfield
metal detection survey, negative results
2016
C Scurfield
DBA of former British Leyland Test Track
2015
C Scurfield
This report records and assesses the potential archaeological resource of a proposed development area, Stud Farm which lies within the historic core of Carlton, Barnsley, South Yorkshire. The evaluation revealed drainage features probably associated with the establishment of the house and farmyard and extensive evidence for ploughing which probably started during the medieval period. The plough action has greatly reduced the site's archaeological potential and apart from Post Medieval (C18th/C19th) drains, no significant archaeology was revealed. The Photographic Survey has been able to record many surviving features of the original house and its associated buildings. The Archive will be deposited with Barnsley Museum and will become a publicly accessible document.
2012
C Scurfield
This report assesses the archaeological resource and potential of a Proposed Development Area (PDA) within Carlton, South Yorkshire. The PDA is an 'L' shaped plot of land (2.51 hectares) which lies within the village's historic core. The PDA contains a number of historical standing buildings and which have been historically demolished. Carlton has been historically characterised by South Yorkshire Archaeology Service, as a historic settlement that is potentially of Anglo-Saxon date. There has been no previous archaeological excavation work, within the village so as yet, no evidence has been revealed and its archaeological resource never investigated. There is therefore a potential for further unknown archaeology within the PDA. Stud Farmhouse was built by Lord Wharncliffe who owned most of the village, in 1792. This assessment has identified a further farmstead, north of Stud Farm, which was demolished to facilitate construction of St John's church in 1879. The present range of historic buildings associated with Stud Farm date to at least the late 18th century and may predate the farmhouse.
2012
C Scurfield
The watching brief revealed details of the Victorian conservatory and an earlier building to the southwest
2014
C Scurfield
Four trial trenches were excavated on the site of a proposed music school to the south of The Friarage (Tees HER 0488). The trenches identified a number of services including a former culvert, a path and a leveling deposit. Adjacent to The Friarage were the foundations of a former conservatory (see Tees HER 0488).
2013
 
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