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Cheshire East

Historic towns in the Congleton Area – Introduction (PDF) Archaeological Assessment Archaeological Strategies Alsager Archaeological Assessment (PDF, 722KB) Alsager Archaeological Strategy (PDF, 540KB) Brereton Archaeological Strategy (PDF, 540KB) Brereton Archaeological Strategy (PDF, 409KB) Congleton Archaeological Assessment (PDF, 771KB) Congleton Archaeological Strategy (PDF, 854KB) Middlewich Archaeological Assessment. Revised 2013 (PDF, 964KB) Middlewich Archaeological Strategy. Revised 2013 (PDF, …

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Archaeology Fieldwork

Excavations at Manchester Airport

Summaries of development-led archaeological fieldwork in Cheshire, Warrington and Halton Fieldwork Summary 2017-18 (pdf 109kb) Fieldwork Summary 2016-17 (pdf 109kb) Fieldwork Summary 2015-16 (pdf 108kb) Fieldwork Summary 2014-15 (pdf 139kb) Fieldwork Summary 2013-14 (pdf 131kb) Fieldwork Summary 2012-13 (pdf 106kb) Fieldwork Summary 2011-12 (pdf 106kb) Fieldwork Summary 2010-11 (pdf 108kb) Fieldwork Summary 2009-10 (pdf 127kb) For information on unpublished archaeological sites please …

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Archaeology of Cheshire

Anderton Boat Lift

Prehistoric Cheshire The earliest definite in situ material so far recovered from Cheshire is from the Mesolithic period, including a settlement at Tatton Mere and scatters of material from various upland locations in the centre and east of the county. Neolithic settlement is evident by monuments such as the Bridestones chambered tomb and numerous finds of …

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Historic Environment Record

Sandbach Saxon Cross

The Cheshire Historic Environment Record (HER) is the record of all known designated and non-designated archaeological sites and historic landscapes in Cheshire West and Chester, Cheshire East, Halton and Warrington. It includes sites dating from prehistory through to the military remains of the more recent past. The Cheshire HER contains information on buried sites, revealed through …

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