Post-medieval activity at Weethley Manor
A number of walls and a soakaway dating to the Imperial period were found during archaeological work at Weethly Manor.
1 During the excavation of house foundation trench 15 two brick walls were uncovered. At the eastern end of the trench and in line with the western garage wall was a brick wall with stone footings. Both walls ran north-south. The wall appeared to run on the same alignment as the house but no structure appears on OS maps suggesting that it either pre-dates the earliest map or was demolished between 19th century maps being drawn up. A possible 19th or 20th century soakaway and associated drainage channel were also uncovered.