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A trench, 3.75m long, 2.5m wide and 1.4-1.5m deep, was dug in advance of the construction of a new toilet block outside Angel Court, High Street, Colchester. The area had been disturbed by many modern service trenches but two medieval / post-medieval features were identified in the trench, part of a floor/path and a cut feature of uncertain type. It is possible that both of these features are associated with the remains of St Runwald’s Church. <1>
Watching Brief Report: Pooley, Laura (CAT). 2006. An archaeological watching brief during the construction of a new toilet block on the High Street, Colchester, Essex October 2006. CAT Report 396.
Related Monuments/Buildings (2)
MCC81Medival wall, north side of High Street, Colchester (Element)
MCC82St Runwald's Church, High Street, Colchester (Monument)
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Oct 22 2015 9:17AM
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