During an excavation post holes, ditches and buildings of Roman date were found. The site was located on Tibbets Close, Alcester.
1 An area of 77 sq metres was excavated. The area appeared to have been ploughed, probably well into the Roman period. A number of small (?) post holes and a curving ditch were the earliest features. A series of three timber buildings was then erected. The first two were of beam slot construction, the third post built. These were overlain by the destruction rubble of a C3 stone building.
2 Listed as site no 80.
3 Excavation report.