A possible Prehistoric or Roman settlement is visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. Large quantiites of tile slag and pottery suggest that the main occupation of the site was from the 1st to 4th centuries AD but there is no evidence so far to say which, if any, of the cropmarks relate to this phase. The main element of the settlement is a curvilinear enclosure, defined by a broad ditch, with an external bank in places. It measures 184m by 142m. Within and around this enclosure are numerous scoops and pits of which some probably represent later quarrying and digging at the site and some could be remnants of hut scoops or rubbish pits. A broad linear feature extends north west from a possible entrance to the enclosure for 215m. After this it continues as a series of ditches in a braided pattern suggesting they are trackways leading to a main track into the enclosure, possibly contemporary with settlement at the site. Another ditch, visible in two sections, to the north and west of the enclosure, which measure 370m and 760m long respectively. These could be boundaries associated with the settlement. The settlement is situated on the fringes of a possible Prehistoric or Roman field system (SU 03 NE 1). The tracks or boundaries described above appear to be incorporated into the system suggesting that any settlement associated with the enclosure could be contemporary to the field system or at least utilised elements of a pre-existing field system. There is a complex relationshiop between the various elements of the sites described above and it is impossible to say without excavation exactly how they relate to one another and if they were even in contemporary use.