Imperial walls and cellars, 85-87 High Street, Henley in Arden
A wall and cellars dating to the Imperial period were found during archaeological work. The site was located on the High Street, Henley in Arden.
1 An archaeological evaluation at High Street involving background research and trial trenching found no evidence of surviving Medieval remains, although the site was a ‘burgage plot’ in the centre of the Medieval town. The earliest artefact recovered was a sherd of 17th century pottery. A trench on the street frontage found only a 19th century wall, while others to the rear found 19th century century cellars and 19th/20th century garden soils.