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As part of a larger programme of archaeological investigation along the route of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link, Union Railways (South) Limited (URS) commissioned the Museum of London Archaeology Service (MoLAS) to undertake an archaeological excavation at the Rochester and Cobham Golf Course (site code ARC CGC 98), Cobham Park, Kent. Evaluations in 1995 and 1997 had indicated the archaeological potential of the site. The excavation concluded that the area of the site was a focus of activity in the Middle to Late Bronze Age, probably in part agricultural and possibly including one or more burials; presumably there was a settlement near the site, if not actually within it. Evidence was also found of activity in the Late Iron Age or early Roman period, probably agricultural.