Archaeological features, Treetops, Cedar Drive, Snitterfield
A boundary wall and a pit, both dating to the Imperial period were found during archaeological work. The features were situated near the church at Snitterfield.
1 A brick wall, pit and cut were uncovered during a watching brief on ground works for a replacement dwelling. The wall is likely to be a boundary wall as no returns or internal features were associated with it. The pit contained building debris and the cut (unspecified shape) a humic deposit. The wall is dated to the 19th century and the other two features may be contemporary.