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Banwell Surveys revealed possible domestic activity close an area of known Roman remains. Broadfield Down YCCCART has identified and recorded enclosures which share a number of similar features, and may potentially have been occupied in the post-Roman period. Bickley Wood and Kingswood contain marker stones with the initial TW and these have been recorded. Clevedon At Clevedon Court a gradiometry survey in the car park identified a potential target site (building?) Gatcombe Gradiometry and Resistivity surveys were undertaken with GERT (The Gatcombe Environs Research Team). Results provide potential evidence to suggest that the settlement of Gatcombe once covered a larger area of land than that delineated by the defence walls. Tyntesfield Surveys were undertaken in the snow and sunshine. Have we found Tynte’s Place? What features have been revealed close to the existing house? Weston Super Mare Surveys at Castle Batch have established the existence of substantial archaeology to the west of the scheduled motte, and these findings will be incorporated into future plans for the park. Wick St Lawrence A survey on the site of a possible house platform revealed no structures. Wraxall Gradiometer surveys appear to have relocated a Roman villa and revealed a Roman industrial area. Kewstoke Surveys at Woodspring Priory revealed a number of previously unknown features. Wrington Resistivity survey followed the discovery of Bronze Age artefacts but revealed no structures.
Other Site Surveys & Excavations
Stone in Bickley Wood
Yatton Congresbury Claverham and Cleeve Archaeology Research Team