The remains of several Roman buildings were found during an excavation. Roman coins and pottery sherds were also found. The site was located in the area of Abbey Fields, Alcester.
1 A complex of walls. Much disturbed by ploughing and tree growth, but there appeared to be several buildings covering a long period. The earlier buildings were well-built with mortared masonry, the later foundations are unmortared. Four phases were distinguished – a C1 timber and daub structure, an early stone building overlain by a thick C2 occupation layer and above this a further complex of walls. Dating is well-established by Samian and coins ranging from Republican to late C4.
2 Site no 25 in list.