Archive for June, 2008

West Street, Old Market, Part 2

Evaluation trenches excavated at the rear of properties on West Street, Old Market revealed rubbish pits containing large quantities of pottery, animal bone and clay pipe from an area likely to have been redeveloped after destruction from the Civil War.

West Street, Old Market, Part 1

An excavation in West Street, Old Market has revealed cultivation on the site from at least the 13th century and unearthed a keyhole-shaped structure constructed in stages and to a deliberate design, that may have been a decorative garden feature.

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