We surveyed a total of 4 20 metre grids on Saturday 21 March at Priory House, Christchurch. Three grids were laid out on the lawn immediately outside Priory House, Whereas the fourth grid was located outside the southern boundary wall of the grounds of the house, in the public open space known as Priory Gardens. The survey was carried out under the supervision of Mike Gill who used resistivity equipment owned by Avon Valley Archaeological Society and we were very pleased to welcome two AVAS members who helped with the survey. Collected data were downloaded from the equipment to Mike’s laptop where we got an immediate view of the survey plots after processing. Several intriguing features showed up, specially on the Priory House lawn and we have hopes that further manipulation and processing of the data will enhance these features.
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