Medieval pits below the former Mulberry Tree public house
The site of several Medieval pits which were discovered during an excavation. The pits contained fragments of pottery and two coins
12 1966: The site had been much disturbed by Post Medieval buildings and drains and no trace was found of Medieval or earlier buildings. A series of seven large pits, two at least of which were originally stone quarries, produced a considerable quantity of pottery of the 11th and 12th century and coins of Cnut (PRN 5661) and Henry II.