Pits and brick walling, Quince Cottage, Bridge End, Warwick
During an archaeological excavation two Post Medieval pits and brick walls were identified in the area of Bridge End, Warwick.
1 Arch Eval revealed two Post Medieval pits and a brick structure. The bricks date from the 18th/19th century, however no building was evident on any maps dating from 1610. The structure was either shortlived or insubstantial. The pits are probably the result of quarrying. Some 12th/13th century pottery was found, which was residual. This only confirms that Medieval activity was once present in the vicinity.