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49% Historic Environment Record
Browser does not support script. Historic Environment Countryside Advice to Landowners and Farmers The landscape of Bedford Borough is the product of thousands of years of human activity and is rich in sites of archaeological and historic interest.
Bedford Borough Council

 
32% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Willington in the Romano-British and Anglo-Saxon Periods
Willington in the Romano-British and Anglo-Saxon Periods As might be expected in an area close to a major river, in this case the Great Ouse, the local parishes contain a good deal of evidence of settlement before the Norman Conquest.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
32% Heritage Planning Advice
Browser does not support script. Please note the following points before submitting a request and checking permitted development here : A full detailed description of the proposed development is required along with any plans, photographs, supporting statements etc. Matters set out in the statement should be clearly identified at an appropriate level of detail in the submitted survey and proposal...
Bedford Borough Council

 
30% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Little Barford Before 1086
Little Barford Before 1086 There has been human habitation in Little Barford since very early times which is not unexpected given its location on a major river - the Great Ouse. It enters Bedfordshire from Radwell [Hertfordshire] and is marked by modern roads as far as Biggleswade.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
30% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Iron Age and Roman Flitwick
Iron Age and Roman Flitwick A reconstruction of an Iron Age roundhouse at Flag Fen October 2011. They have suggested that a Roman road ran from Dunton through Biggleswade, Edworth, Langford, Astwick, Shefford, Clifton, Henlow, Campton, Clophill, Maulden, Flitwick, Steppingley, Eversholt, Ridgmont, and Husborne Crawley to Woburn [HER 5342].
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
18% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Romano-British Shefford
Romano-British Shefford The Bedfordshire Historic Environment Record [HER] details every Romano-British find and site known in the county. A number of small archaeological excavations since the 1990s have found evidence for occupation from the Iron Age through to the 3rd or 4th century AD.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
18% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Copy of Romano-British Odell
Copy of Romano-British Odell Area of Romano-British occupation north of Sharnbrook Road September 2008. Another occupation site lies at Colworth [HER 2669]. Meppershall and Shillington. over an acre of Roman occupation lies east of Grange Farm.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
18% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Early Chalton
Early Chalton A reconstruction of an Bronze Age round house at Flag Fen October 2011. Local analysis if this suggested road tends to disprove it as many of the roads and hedgerows used by the Viatores to chart its course are modern, not being present on 18th and 19th century inclosure maps.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
15% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Romano-British Old Warden
Romano-British Old Warden The Bedfordshire Historic Environment Record [HER] details all Romano-British finds and sites in the country. The Viatores are a group dedicated to discovering parts of the Roman road network in the modern landscape.
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 
11% Hosted By Bedford Borough Council: Romano-British Colmworth
Romano-British Colmworth The site of Roman occupation at Mill End December 2009. However, excavation in 1940 did not produce any further evidence. an illegible late bronze coin of a 3rd to 4th century date;
Bedfordshire County Council (Bedfordshire and Luton Archives and

 

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