Hampshire Treasures

Volume 10 ( Fareham)

Page 58 - Stubbington and Hill Head

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group B - Archaeological Sites and Remains
Acheulian hand axe found on the foreshore. SMR SU50SW8     SU 537 021
0701 27
A Neolithic projectile point found in 1948 at low water level on the foreshore. SMR SU50SW09     SU 550 019
0701 29
Acheulian flint knife about four ins. long, found in 1948 in a shingle bank below Crofton Cliffs. SMR SU50SW10     SU 546 018
0701 30
A Neolithic greenstone axe of Welsh origin was found on the foreshore. SMR SU50SE01     SU 553 014
0701 33
Gravel working in the south-west corner of Chark Common revealed remains of a midden comprising a mass of oyster, mussel and other sea shells. Quantities of charcoal, burnt flint and a number of hearths were also found in the midden. A number of flint implements including cores, scrapers, borers, fabricators and waste materials were found. These finds seem to date the midden to Late Neolithic/Bronze Age. SMR SU50SW06.     SU 570 016
0701 28
In 1863/4 several Palaeolithic hand axes were found in the drift at Hill Head. A number of these are in Salisbury Museum. SMRSU50SW05     SU 545 025
0701 59
Tiles and pottery found during construction of golf links near Lee-on-Solent, circa 1930. SMR SU50SE14     SU 570 020
0701 58
Group D - Buildings, Monuments and Engineering Works
Anker Lane, Stubbington
Burley Cottage. Restored two-storey timber- framed cottage of about C.1 6. Square panel framing with curved braces on first floor; red brick infill. Steeply pitched tiled roof with axial chimney stack. Four windows, reproduction leaded casements, off centre entrance with added hipped-roof porch.     T&CP Act
SU 549 036
0701 04
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