The Oxford Archaeological Unit was commissioned by Union Railways Ltd to conduct a field evaluation of 5.4 ha of land in the vicinity of Brockton Farm, (NGR TQ 9220 4890). The work formed part of a wider scheme of archaeological investigations along the route of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link. The site is located to the north of the River Great Stour floodplain and included areas of colluvium. The underlying geology was a mixture of Pleistocene drift deposits overlying the solid geology of the Cretaceous, Lower Greensand Sandgate Beds. Nineteen evaluation trenches were excavated across three arable fields. Ten trenches contained archaeological features, predominantly pits, ditches and gullies. Very little dating evidence was recovered, the majority of which was post-medieval in date. Most of the features were probably associated with post-medieval agricultural activities. Two gullies were found, sealed by colluvium, which may have been prehistoric, although neither produced dating evidence.