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As part of a wider programme of archaeological investigation along the route of the proposed Channel Tunnel Rail Link, Union Railways Limited (URL) commissioned the Museum of London Archaeology Service (MoLAS) to evaluate a strip of land situated to the north of the M20 and approximately 8km to the west of Ashford, Kent. The site was split into three different sized areas; a stream separating the central and eastern. The site was centred on 73929/27857 on the URL site grid and 22 trenches and hand dug test pits were excavated to sample the evaluation area. The site had been identified as having good archaeological potential during earlier fieldwalking (OAU 1994).