The Museum of London Archaeology Service undertook an archaeological evaluation on the site of Tutt Hill, to the south-east of Charing and to the north-west of Ashford, between the 6th and the 7th of August 1998. The fieldwork forms part of a series of evaluations which were added to the larger programme of archaeological investigations excavated in 1997 along the line of the future Channel Tunnel Rail Link. The aim was to assess the effect of construction of the new railway upon the cultural heritage. Archaeological features of recent date were recorded in four (3305TT - 3308TT) of the nine trial trenches. An undated stone wall foundation and ditch were located in trench 3311TT. Two sherds of medieval pottery and a struck flint were also recovered.
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