71 New Road, Haslingfield, Cambridgeshire. An Archaeological Evaluation.
A single evaluation trench within the residency of 71 New Road, Haslingfield, partially revealed two large sub-circular features. These are both associated with 10th to 13th century AD pottery and butchered animal bone with burnt clay daub, and appear to be an extraction pit later used for refuse storage, and a deep saturated pit or well. A single abraded sherd of Romano-British pottery further testifies to earlier occupation within the area.