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Barrells Hall, Ullenhall
1 The house started life as a farmhouse. In 1681 John Knight was the possessor of what was described as a manor house surrounded by a 400 acre estate. ...
A house originally built during the Post Medieval period and is surrounded by a park. There were additions and alterations made to the house in the Imperial period. It has recently been renovated and restored and is situated in Ullenhall.
19th century redevelopment at the Ropewalk, Chapel Street, Nuneaton.
1 Archaeological evaluation revealed the reoccupation of the site (following the site’s abandonment to cultivation in the late medieval period), in the course of the expansion of the town in ...
Features reflecting the 19th century housing developments along Dugdale Street and Chapel Street, as depicted on the 1887 OS map, were recorded at The Ropewalk, Chapel Street, Nuneaton.
Late 18th - 20th century buildings at 'The Woodman' former Public House, Priory Road, Warwick.
1 The excavation of foundation trenches for a new extension revealed foundations for buildings of later post-medieval date. These may have belonged to structures shown on maps as occupying ...
Late 18th - 20th century buildings at 'The Woodman' former Public House, Priory Road, Warwick.
Post-medieval building at 18/20 School Road, Alcester.
1 A watching brief during the excavation of foundation trenches recorded a large quantity of hand-made brick fragments within the northerly sections. The building contractor reported that they had encountered ...
Hand made bricks and cellaring were recorded during building works. The absence of the building on the late 19th century first edition OS map suggested that the cellaring belonged to an earlier, possibly 18th century building. The site is located at 18/20 School Road, Alcester.
Romano-British Settlement at Abbots Salford Quarry
1 Observation of topsoil stripping in February-March 1994 on behalf of Alfred McAlpine construction Ltd revealed the presence of a Romano-British rural settlement covering c.3.5ha. The settlement consisted of ...
Evidence of a Romano-British Rural Settlement found at Abbots Salford Quarry. The decision was made to exclude the site from extraction and it was subsequently reburied.
Site of Medieval Iron Works at the Lunt
1 Five or six hearths were uncovered during excavation of the Roman fort. The most important hearth was situated between two charcoal-blackened areas. A hard baked clay platform obviously supported ...
The site of a Medieval iron works, including a furnace, which were found during an archaeological excavation. The remains were found at The Lunt, north of Coventry Road, Baginton.
Excavation of Roman Settlement at Tiddington, 1983
1 1983: Small trench excavated to locate a trackway (PRN 4468) revealed pits and a ditch. To the S was a more extensive series of pits. Two of the pits ...
An area of Roman settlement at Tiddington excavated in 1983. Features identified included pits and a corn drying kiln. The site lies to the north east of the National Farmers' Insurance Union building.
Iron Age/Roman British settlement at Marsh Farm, Salford Priors.
1 Evaluation of a cropmark site in advance of quarrying was unable to clarify the status of trackways associated with a known Roman settlement, (SAM 162). Open area excavation revealed ...
Evidence of Iron Age/ Romano British settlement uncovered during a series of evaluations and excavations. The site is located 600m to the east of Marsh Farm, Salford Priors.
Excavation of Roman Settlement at Tiddington, 1980
1 A magnetometer survey was undertaken in 1979 and produced evidence for a large rectangular enclosure within which was a complex of features. 2 1980. Trial trenching, followed by a major ...
Part excavation in 1980 of a Roman settlement within a large rectangular enclosure. Features and finds date from the first to the fourth century, and include Samian ware pottery. The site is to the west of Tiddington village.
Romano British Farmstead at Bidford Grange
2 Possible ring ditch or enclosure, other enclosures and linear features show on air photographs. Some of these marks are probably natural. The crop marks are impossible to plot because ...
The site of a Roman settlement. During partial excavation of the site, enclosures, ditches, houses and a possible corn drying kiln were found. The site was located 1km east of Bidford on Avon.
Cellars at 13 Market Place, Warwick
1 Archaeological recording took place in April 2005 in the lower cellar of the 18th-century Grade II Listed Building which originally formed part of the public house (The Tilted Wig, ...
Two cellars were recorded at the Listed Building that used to from part of the Tilted Wig, formerly the Green Dragon. Both cellars were cut into the bedrock and associated with the use of the pub in the Imperial period.
19th Century School Cellars at High Street, Bedworth
1 An archaeological observation of new construction works in 1995 at the Health Centre, High Street, Bedworth discovered the remains of some 19th century school cellars.
19th century school cellars found at the Health Centre, High Street, Bedworth
Cog Wheel 3ft diameter
1 Large metal wheel found in a back garden. Thought to be associated with Bedworth Charity Colliery. From the description it looks like a component part of a ...
Cog Wheel made of solid metal. 3ft in diameter and 1ft deep with a central hole. Found on the site of the former Bedworth Charity Colliery and is presumably related. Description matches part of a coal tippler.
Hovel or cowshed at Slowley Green Farm, Arley
1 Cowshed or hovel. Queen-post structure probably contemporary with the farm and therefore early 17th century – mid 18th century.
A hovel or cowshed of early 17th- mid 18th century date, contemporary with the Listed farmhouse. Was set to be demolished in 2009.
Possible medieval building, School Lane, Warmington
1 A structure of possible Medieval construction was uncovered during archaeological observation at Hill Cottage in January 2011. The wall was constructed of oolitic limestone blocks on the exterior, ...
A structure of possible Medieval construction was uncovered during archaeological observation at Hill Cottage in January 2011.
Down Flow Filter, Hartshill Hayes Country Park
1 A previously unrecorded down flow filter on the eastern boundary of Hartshill Hayes Country Park. It consists of an open brick pit, an automatic tipping trough and four U-shaped ...
A down flow filter, probably for domestic water filtration. It dates to the late 19th or early 20th century and is located along the eastern boundary of Hartshill Hayes Country Park.
Former WW2 Food Store, Hampton-on-the-Hill
1 Two thatched buildings, now demolished, which were used as a food store in WW2. They subsequently fell into disuse and all rubbish was cleared from the site.
Two thatched buildings, now demolished, which were used as a food store in WW2. They subsequently fell into disuse and all rubbish was cleared from the site.
Site of Roman Villa 500m NE of Snowford Bridge
1 About 500m N of Snowford bridge near the E bank of the Itchen, Roman brick, tile and pottery were found. 2 Accession Card. 3 Roman building site. c1925: trial holes dug ...
The site of a Roman villa, known from various archaeological excavations carried out throughout the 20th century. A corn drying kiln was uncovered and it is believed the villa also had a bath house. It is located south east of Hunningham.
Site of possible WWII Cold Storage Depot
1 Site of possible WWII Cold Storage Depot shows up on 1946 aerial photograph. 2 2 buildings of similar size and scale are visible on either side of an access track ...
Site of a 20th century civil defence building. It may be a Second World War cold storage depot. It is visible on an aerial photograph. The building was located to the west of Stratford upon Avon railway station.
Remains of 18th century outbuildings and a cellar at Pageant Gardens, Warwick
1 Archaeological observations of the foundation trenches for a new public toilet block in Pageant Gardens, behind Jury Street, Warwick, in the centre of the Medieval town, recorded evidence for ...
The remains of 18th century outbuildings and a cellar at Pageant Gardens, Warwick. Earlier archaeological remains may exist below these features.
Modern pit, Elm Court, Birmingham Road, Stratford upon Avon
1 Archaeological observation revealed remains of a recent, large pit. This may have been the remains of a cellar associated with the 20th century iron works which previously occupied the ...
A large pit was discovered during an archaeological work. It was associated with the 20th century iron works which previously occupied the site. The pit was found north of the Windsor Street Carpark, Stratford-upon-Avon.
Imperial walls and cellars, 85-87 High Street, Henley in Arden
1 An archaeological evaluation at High Street involving background research and trial trenching found no evidence of surviving Medieval remains, although the site was a ‘burgage plot’ in the centre ...
A wall and cellars dating to the Imperial period were found during archaeological work. The site was located on the High Street, Henley in Arden.
WW2 Cold store, Budbrooke Road, Warwick
1 Second World War cold store at this location. 2 Recording, consisting of an exterior plan and elevations, was undertaken prior to the demolition of the store. The interior couldn’t be ...
A Second World War cold storage depot. The depot was surveyed prior to its demolition. It was situated between the railway lines and the river, 100m south of the roundabout on the Birmingham and Wedgnock Roads, Warwick.
Medieval Industrial Activity at Manor Farm
1 The 1976 excavation at Manor Farm revealed an 11th century to 13th century complex including a row of 13th century postholes, numerous postholes for 11th century structures, possible corner ...
Excavations revealed evidence for buildings and a furnace dating to the Medieval period. The site lies 100m north east of Mancetter Farm.
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