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Group Emergency Reports.
|SITE 147.||GOODNESTONE, Uffington Farm (TR 255 558).||January 1971.||Gas pipeline.||Medieval sherds from ditch. 14th Century||John Gaunt (CKA Deal area).|
|SITE 148.||GOODNESTONE, Uffington Farm (TR 255 558).||January 1971.||Gas pipeline.||Ditch with Roman-British potsherds. 1st Century.||John Gaunt (CKA Deal area).|
|SITE 149.||DOVER. York Street Bypass (TR 318 413).||June-August, 1971.||Road works.||Neolithic pottery and flints; Classis Britannica fort (defensive walls, 14 internal buildings, roads, drains, sewers), Saxon Shore fort (defensive walls, bastions and ditches), detached Roman house (400 sqare feet painted plaster in situ); medieval and later buildings and roads. Brian Philp (CKA Rescue-officer).|
|SITE 151.||ST PETER'S, Lanthorne Road. (TR --).||September 1971.||Building.||Pits and ditches containing Iron Age and Romano-British pottery.||Howard Biggs (Stone House Arch. Group).|
|SITE 152.||RECULVER, West Cliff (TR 226 695).||December, 1971.||Coast erosion.||Roman road to fort, ditch and pit with Romano-British pottery. 3rd Century Howard Davies (Reculver Group).|
|SITE 153||RECULVER, Marshland. (TR -- ).||December, 1971.||Deep Ploughing.||Medieval pottery 13th-14th Centuries.||Edna Mynott (CIB Arch. Rescue Corps).|
|SITE 154.||WEST WICKHAM, Nash Farm (TQ 408 643).||February, 1972.||Sewer-pipe.||Ditch containing med. cooking-pots and jugs. 13th-14th Centuries.||Gerald Clewley (West Kent Border Group).|
|SITE 155.||EYNSFORD, Working Men's Club (TQ 540 656).||December, 1971.||Foundations for extended club.||Substantial Roman building with masonry walls, hitherto unknown.||Oliver Stephens (Friend of CKA Tunbridge Wells).|