Medieval features at Hunter's Moon, Flecknoe
During archaeological work fragments of Roman pottery were found. Several gullies dating to the Roman and Medieval periods were also recorded. They were found 200m south east of the church at Flecknoe.
1 An archaeological evaluation at Hunter’s Moon, Flecknoe, in the centre of the medieval village, revealed RB pottery, a possible RB gully, and Medieval boundary gullies dating from the 11th to 15th centuries in the NE part of the site. There was no evidence for any structures of either period, and trenches to the S and W found only traces of 18th and 19th century activity.