Ditch, drain and features, Florence Shipley Home, Market Street, Heanor and Loscoe, of probable post medieval date.
During an evaluation carried out in 2012, two linear features, a ditch and a gully, a brick land drain and a small pit were recorded. The two linear features were on the same approximate north - south alignment suggesting that this may represent a former boundary. No finds were recovered from any feature but the brick built drain suggests a date of the 18th or 19th century. The drain post-dated the linear features and small pit. (1)
Unpublished document: Parker, R, Binns, L and L Platt (Trent and Peak Archaeology). 2013. Florence Shipley House, Heanor, Derbyshire: Report on Further Trial Trenching.
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SK 4351 4653 (point)
HEANOR AND LOSCOE, AMBER VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE
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