Eight pits were identified , cutting through natural deposits and adding to the pits found in the field evaluation. Some 17th-18th century pottery found.
1 Pit  was 0.1m deep, packed with gravel and may form the remnant of a garden path. Features  and , 0.42m and 0.3m deep respectively, contained uniform fills of a mid-grey silty sand.
Pits  and  were 0.8m and 0.39m respectively and both contained uniform fills of a brown silty sand. Pit  was 0.6m deep and generally consisted of a mid-grey or grey-brown sandy silt or an orange brown silty sand.
Pit  was sealed by cobbled surface. The pit was not fully exposed but was at least 0.62m deep and contained three fills, again of grey-brown. This pit was in turn cut by 0.34m deep pit  which contained a uniform fill of a dark grey sandy silt.