The natural geology of the site consisted of green tinged sand,(glaucanite sand) and sandy limestone (Kentish rag), which comprise part of the Hythe Beds. At the eastern end of the site, stiff sandy clay over firm clay is probably part of the Atherfield Beds. The ground surface varied between 42.50m and 49.20m OD. The evaluation revealed concentrations of Late Iron Age ditches, Medieval ditches and a small pit. A large ditch or pond was probably associated with the Post-medieval Boys Hall Moat site.
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