“Since the start of the week we have panned the entire area which has highlighted a number of circular enclosures and at least one structure. We are also excavating discreet pits and post holes set within larger enclosures. We are also starting to recover Late Iron Age/ Romano-British pottery, including one complete rim and associated body shreds representing approximately 60% of one vessel. Interestingly we have also recovered some 13th-14th century medieval green glaze pottery. We will be continuing excavation of large circular enclosure over the coming days,” explained Site Director, Marc Steinmetzer.