Wooden Piles found 100m north west of Barford Bridge

Description of this historic site

Five wooden piles discovered during works for construction of Barford Bypass. Possible associated with a fish weir or bank revetment, they remain undated.

Notes about this historic site

1 A group of five wooden piles were recovered from the north bank of the Avon from works relating to the construction of the Barford Bypass in 2006/7. Two of the piles had dendrochronological analysis carried out but failed to give a date. The piles have been suggested as part of a possible fish weir or bank revetment.

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