19 May 2012
Bush Hill Park Excvation and Watching Brief
Evaluation trenches and a later watching brief on the site of infill house building at the south end of the known Roman settlement recorded exclusively late first and second century activity, including ditches and possible banks interpreted as forming successive boundaries of the settlement and considerable rubbish dumping followed by abandonment or possible cultivation. One boundary ditch Produced possible evidence of ritual depositions.
More details about this dig and other EAS excavation and research projects will be published in forthcoming issues of the society newsletter.