This field was subject to field-walking and a metal detector survey in 2013/14:
* A very small late Mesolithic/early Neolithic flint scatter in the south-western area of the field.
* A small scatter of fired red clay cubes associated with a small scatter of late 3rd / early 4th century AD Roman pottery, again located in the south-western area of the field, and possibly representing the location of kilns. A narrow band of tree planting on the eastern side produced a flint flake, a sherd of hammerhead mortarium and a fragment of imbrex.
* A very small scatter of 13th - 14th century medieval sandy ware sherds representing jars and bowls.
* A background scatter of mid 17th-late 19th century pottery, mostly Ticknall pancheon and butterpot ware. (1)
Unpublished document: Saunders, P. 2014. Catton Hall Estate: PAS and HER Summary, Witan Archaeology Survey, 2013-2014.
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Centred SK 2194 1581 (397m by 435m)
WALTON UPON TRENT, SOUTH DERBYSHIRE, DERBYSHIRE
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