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					Archaeological Investigations Project 2002                     Post-Determination & Non-Planning
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                                WORCESTERSHIRE
Malvern Hills

3/1598 (E.93.H012)                                                                    SO 82214226

CHESTNUT COTTAGE
Watching Brief at Chestnut Cottage, Gilberts End, Hanley Castle
Williams, P    Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 8pp, figs,
tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was undertaken on the site. Deposits from the 17th to 20th century were recorded. A
possible clay extraction pit was also observed. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM, UD



3/1599 (E.93.H002)                                                                    SO 82254260

HOOTS WOOD
Archaeological Watching Brief at Hoots Wood, Hanley Swan, Hanley Castle
Vaughan, T Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 11pp, figs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

An archaeological watching brief was carried out on the site. No archaeology of significance was
encountered. [Au(abr)]




3/1600 (E.93.H022)                                                                    SO 85504870

OLD ROAD SOUTH
Archaeological Watching Brief at Old Road South, Kempsey
Goad, J, Pearson, L & Darch, E Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service,
2002, 31pp, colour pls, figs, tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was undertaken at the site. A number of linear features were identified, which
contained no finds and could not be dated. A series of modern/post-medieval pits and post holes were
also observed. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO, PM, UD



3/1601 (E.93.H020)                                                                    SO 77524574

WARWICK HOUSE
Archaeological Work at Warwick House, Malvern
Vaughan, T       Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 82pp, pls,
figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A programme of archaeological work was carried out on the site. The surviving buildings on the site
consist of a late 19th century cottage, abutted by a modern workshop. The present Warwick House


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linen drapers building was also late 19th century in date. Three trenches were excavated and identified
a medieval boundary to Malvern Priory, first identified in 1996. A later medieval pit and a 17th-18th
century gully were identified as cutting this ditch. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, MO, PM


Redditch

3/1602 (E.93.H010)                                                                        SP 00716155

FECKENHAM MANORIAL MOATED SITE
Watching Brief at Feckenham Manorial Moated Site, Feckenham
Williams, P Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 10pp, figs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was carried out on groundworks at the SAM. Deposits were encountered but there
function and date could not be determined. [Au(abr)]




3/1603 (E.93.F001)                                                                        SP 04106740

KINGFISHER CENTRE, REDDITCH
Development Area 4, Kingfisher Centre, Redditch, Worcestershire. Archaeological Watching Brief
Report
Norton, A Oxford : Oxford Archaeology, 2003, 7pp, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Oxford Archaeology

The watching brief followed on from earlier archaeological work at the site, in advance of new retail
units. No archaeological remains were recovered. [Au(adp)]



Worcester

3/1604 (E.93.H031)                                                                        SO 85255530

29 LOWESMOOR WORCESTER
Archaeological Watching Brief at 29 Lowesmoor, Worcester
Naothan, M Worcester : Mike Napthan Archaeology, 2002, 14pp, figs
Work undertaken by: Mike Napthan Archaeology

A watching brief was maintained on groundworks on the site. Much of the deposits had been truncated
by a 19th century cellar but a late medieval surface was identified sealing two medieval pits. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, PM



3/1605 (E.93.H034)                                                                        SO 84685548

30-32 LOVES GROVE
Archaeological watching brief at 30-32 Loves Grove, Worcester
Napthan, M Worcester : Mike Napthan Archaeology, 2002, 8pp, colour pls, figs, tabs
Work undertaken by: Mike Napthan Archaeology




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A watching brief was maintained on groundworks at the site. No significant archaeology was observed.
[Au(abr)]




3/1606 (E.93.H033)                                                                      SO 85005500

39 THE TYTHING, WORCESTER
Archaeological Excavation at 39 The Tything, Worcester
Napthan, M Worcester : Mike Napthan Archaeology, 2002, 15pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Mike Napthan Archaeology

A small scale excavation was undertaken at the site. A 12th/14th century bank boundary ditch was
identified, which was recut in the late medieval period. In the fill of the recut a 17th century brick
foundation possibly of a wall was identified. A 17th/18th century brick lined cess pit was also
identified. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, PM



3/1607 (E.93.H018)                                                                      SO 85105340

LAND OFF WAVELEY STREET
Archaeological Watching Brief on Land off Waverley Street, Diglis Basin, Worcester
Vaughan, T, & Darch, E Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002,
35pp, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was maintained on groundworks at the site. No significant archaeology was observed.
[Au(abr)]




3/1608 (E.93.H021)                                                                      SO 84815565

ST OSWALD'S ALMSHOUSES
Archaeological Watching Brief at St Oswald's Almshouses, Worcester
Goad, J & Darch, E          Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002,
24pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was maintained on groundworks at the site. A number of features were identified
including two vaults, a number of walls and a floor. All of these features were 17th-18th century in
date and were associated with the pre1879 hospital complex. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM



3/1609 (E.93.H027)                                                                      SO 84815563
                                                                                        SO 84555584
THE EAST SEWER REHABILITATION SCHEME
Archaeological Watching Brief on the East Sewer Rehabilitation Scheme, Worcester
Goad, J Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 10pp, figs, tabs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service




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A watching brief was undertaken on groundworks at the sites. No archaeology of significance was
observed. [Au(abr)]




3/1610 (E.93.H030)                                                                        SO 84815509

TRAMPS NIGHTCLUB
Tramps Nightclub, Angel Place, Worcester
Napthan, M Worcester : Mike Napthan Archaeology, 2002, 11pp, figs
Work undertaken by: Mike Napthan Archaeology

A salvage record was made on groundworks during the creation of a new staircase. The earliest feature
was a surface, possibly a hearth sealed by Roman deposits. These deposits were sealed by black earth
cut by a medieval pit, which in turn was cut by a post-medieval pit and 17th century foundations.
[Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, PM, RO



3/1611 (E.93.H032)                                                                        SO 84355483

TYBRIDGE STREET
Land at Tybridge Street, Worcester
Bain, K & Neilson, C      Birmingham : Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit, 2002, 8pp,
colour pls, figs, refs
Work undertaken by: Birmingham University Field Archaeology Unit

A watching brief was maintained on groundworks at the site. Apart from a brick built cellar, no
archaeology was observed. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM



3/1612 (E.93.H029)                                                                        SO 85185440

WATER MAIN VALVE PIT SIDBURY
Salvage Recording of STW Water Main Valve Pit, Sidbury Worcester
Napthan, M Worcester : Mike Napthan Archaeology, 2002, 9pp, figs
Work undertaken by: Mike Napthan Archaeology

An archaeological salvage recording was carried out on groundworks at the site. The earliest feature
was a ditch sealed by a surface containing Roman slag. A Roman dated ditch cut the surface. A large
pit also cut the surface and was probably a cess pit of medieval date. A post-medieval pit and structure
were also identified. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, PM, RO, UD




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Wychavon

3/1613 (E.93.H001)                                                                      SO 94804606

102 HIGH STREET, PERSHORE
Watching Brief and Building Recording at 102 High Street, Pershore
Vaughan, T     Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 35pp, pls,
figs, tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief and building recording were carried out on the site. The blacksmith shop was found to
date from between 1888 to 1905. The watching brief found no archaeology of significance. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM



3/1614 (E.93.H011)                                                                      SO 93634651

ALLESBOROUGH COTTAGES
Watching Brief and Building Recording at Allesborough Cottages, Pershore
Williams, P    Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 8pp, figs,
tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief and building recording were carried out on the site. The buildings were determined as
two estate workers cottages dating to 1874. No archaeology was observed during the watching brief.
[Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM



3/1615 (E.93.H024)                                                                      SO 94103602

BADSEY ROAD AND BROADWAY ROAD
Archaeological Watching Brief at Badsey Road and Broadway Road, Evesham
Goad, J & Darch, E Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 9pp,
figs, tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

An archaeological watching brief was undertaken at the site. No archaeological features were observed.
[Au(abr)]




3/1616 (E.93.H014)                                                                      SO 90134082

BAUGHTON LANE
Watching Brief on Land off Baughton Lane, Lower Strensham
Vaughan, T    Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 22pp, figs,
tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was undertaken on the site. A single post-medieval pit containing the skeleton of a
cow was observed. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM



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3/1617 (E.93.H004)                                                                         SO 91575286

BESFORD COURT
Besford Court, Worcestershire
Miller, D Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 36pp, pls, figs,
tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

An archaeological watching brief was carried out on groundworks at the site. The medieval moat was
possibly observed. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD



3/1618 (E.93.H028)                                                                         SO 93624248

BIRLINGHAM STW
Archaeological Strip and Record and Watching Brief at Birlingham STW, Lower End, Birlingham
Griffin, S, Mann, A, Darch, E & Pearson, E          Worcester : Worcestershire County Council
Archaeological Service, 2002, 26pp, figs, tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was maintained on topsoil stripping at the site. A ring ditch was identified on the site.
The feature was first interpreted as a barrow but contained finds of post-medieval date and may have
been the foundations for a mill or dovecote. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM



3/1619 (E.93.H015)                                                                         SO 90266317

DODDERHILL SCHOOL
Archaeological Watching Brief at Dodderhill School, Dodderhill
Patrick, C Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 4pp, figs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was maintained on groundworks at the site. No archaeology of significance was
observed. [Au(abr)]




3/1620 (E.93.H005)                                                                         SO 89766315

DROITWICH PRIVATE HOSPITAL
Watching Brief at Droitwich Spa Private Hospital, Droitwich
Williams, P Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 10pp, figs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was carried out on groundworks at the site. Structural remains were recorded
belonging to the Late Victorian brine baths. No other archaeology was observed. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM




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3/1621 (E.93.H008)                                                                      SP 32503860
                                                                                        SP 32003655
EVESHAM OUTFALL SEWER
Archaeological Watching Brief on the Evesham Oufall Sewer
Miller, D & Darch, E    Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002,
8pp, figs, tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was carried out on groundworks within and next to the SAM of Evesham Abbey. No
archaeology of significance was encountered. [Au(abr)]




3/1622 (E.93.H017)                                                                      SP 07213888

LAND OFF BUCKLAND ROAD
Excavation on Land off Buckland Road, Childswickham
Vaughan, T    Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 19pp, figs,
tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

The excavation identified a series of gullies, post holes and pits of post-medieval and medieval date.
No other archaeology was identified. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MO, PM



3/1623 (E.93.H006)                                                                      SP 02103832

ORCHARD DENE
Archaeological Watching Brief at Orchard Dene, 90, Main Street, Sedgeberrow
Vaughan, T & Darch, E    Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002,
8pp, figs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

An archaeological watching brief was carried out on the site. No archaeological features or deposits
were observed. [Au(abr)]




3/1624 (E.93.H009)                                                                      SO 94704570

PERSHORE ABBEY
Archaeological Watching Brief at Path Adjoining Pershire Abbey, Pershore
Goad, J & Darch, E Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 9pp,
figs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

An archaeological watching brief was carried out on groundworks at the site. No features were
identified but a quantity of disarticulated human bone was recovered. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: UD




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3/1625 (E.93.H016)                                                                      SO 83616468

THE BACHES
Watching Brief at The Baches, Uphampton, Ombersley
Williams, P    Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 6pp, figs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was undertaken on groundworks at the site. No archaeology of significance was
observed. [Au(abr)]




3/1626 (E.93.H025)                                                                      SO 94245433

THE OLD HOUSE
Archaeological Watching Brief on Land Adjacent to The Old House, Church Lane, Upton
Snodsbury
Vaughan, T     Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 9pp, figs,
refs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was undertaken on groundworks at the site. No archaeology of significance was
observed. [Au(abr)]




3/1627 (E.93.H013)                                                                      SO 97834932

THROCKMORTON
Archaeological watching brief on the Severn Trench Sewage Works at Throckmorton
Goad, J, Darch, E & Mann, A          Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service,
2002, 23pp, colour pls, figs, tabs, refs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was maintained on groundworks at the site. A cobbled surface was exposed and series
of undated linear features were identified, cutting through medieval ridge and furrow. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, UD



3/1628 (E.93.H003)                                                                      SO 87656390

WESTWOOD HOUSE
Archaeological Watching Brief Near Westwood House
Miller, D Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 8pp, figs, tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

An archaeological watching brief was carried out on groundworks at the site. No archaeology of
significance was observed. [Au(abr)]




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3/1629 (E.93.H007)                                                                       SO 87545350
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WHITTINGTON VILLAGE
Archaeological Watching Brief of Whittington
Vaughan, T    Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 21pp, figs,
tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was carried out on pipe laying. No archaeological features or deposits were observed.
[Au(abr)]



Wyre Forest

3/1630 (E.93.H026)                                                                       SO 79517650
                                                                                         SO 80957629
BEWDLEY KIDDERMINSTER WATER MAIN
Archaeological Watching Biref Along the Line of the Bewdley to Kidderminster Water Main
Goad, J & Darch, E Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 7pp,
figs, tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was undertaken along the route of the water main. No archaeology of significance
was observed. [Au(abr)]




3/1631 (E.93.H023)                                                                       SO 69257425

NORGRAVESEND FARM
Archaeological Watching Brief at Norgavesend Farm, Near Bayton
Goad, J Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002, 8pp, colour pls,
figs, tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was undertaken at the site. A 19th century saw pit with a wooden plank situated at the
bottom of it, were recorded. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: PM



3/1632 (E.93.H019)                                                                       SO 78607550

SEVERN SIDE NORTH
Archaeological Watching Brief at Severn Side North, Bewdley
Miller, D & Darch, E    Worcester : Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service, 2002,
19pp, pls, figs, tabs
Work undertaken by: Worcestershire County Council Archaeological Service

A watching brief was maintained on groundworks associated with a flood alleviation scheme. Piling
found at a depth of 4m wooden timbers possibly associated with a medieval quay. These timbers were
overlain by 19th century material dumped behind the 19th century river wall. A wall was also found of
18th century date during groundworks at Dog Lane. Structures were also located around the present
bridge and are possibly associated with the construction of the bridge. [Au(abr)]

Archaeological periods represented: MD, PM, UD



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