It has been an eventful few weeks at the Bradford Kaims site, with many new discoveries being made. This is just a very short update on one aspect. Expect a report in much greater detail next week.
One of the most exciting recent discoveries has been in the identification of a series of features in the peninsular area, to the south of the second burnt mound we investigated last year. Here we have identified a series of small round post-hole style features that we are investigating to see if we can resolve them into a building. Our first in the area if this proves to be the case. Also quite close by we have a further small feature that is just full of pottery fragments. Clearly prehistoric in date, we are struggling to resolve the dating further at the moment, the vessel, or vessels, has residue adhering to it that could well be the remains of food prepared or stored in the pot.