Evidence of medieval activity in The Square, Kenilworth
Medieval features, probably associated with former dwellings on the street frontages, were uncovered to the rear of The Kings Arms and Castle Hotel, Kenilworth.
1 An evaluation in advance of development uncovered evidence of medieval activity. The remains included a small ditch, a pit and a probable stone drain. These had cessy fills indicative of backyard activity and were probably associated with former dwellings on the street frontages. The finds included a pewter spoon fragment from the base of the ditch and sherds of a 12th/13th century jug with a strap handle.