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CAT Report 1852: summary

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Archaeological monitoring at Church House, Church Road, Wormingford, Essex, CO6 3AZ: June September 2022
by Megan Seehra and Bronagh Quinn
(with contributions from Dr Matthew Loughton and Laura Pooley)

Date report completed: October 2022
Location: Church House, Church Road, Wormingford, Essex, CO6 3AZ
Map reference(s): TL 93385 32248 (centre)
File size: 2393 kb
Project type: Monitoring
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Summary. Archaeological monitoring was carried out at Church House, Church Road Wormingford, Essex during groundworks for a new garage, the conversion of an outbuilding and the creation of an extension to the outbuilding. Church House itself is a Grade II Listed Building, and dates to the 17th century. The Church of St Andrew, which is Norman in origin, is also close to the development site. The monitoring uncovered a small amount of disarticulated human bone likely associated with the church, as well as several areas of post-medieval dumping/rubbish disposal.