Possible Neolithic Features at Castle Lane

Description of this historic site

A post hole, three stake holes, a flint blade and a waste flake all dating to the Neolithic period were found during an excavation. The site is located on Castle Lane, Warwick.

Notes about this historic site

1 1975: Excavation prior to demolition of stables. In two areas the ground surface was preserved. This consisted of mixed sand and gravel, overlain by fine sand, to a depth of 2m. This surface produced a flint blade and a waste flake. There was also evidence for three stake-holes, one shallow depression and one isolated post hole.
2 Correspondence from 1975 about the proposed re-development.
3 Draft outline report.
4 Outline report.
5 Information about the phases at the site.

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