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Ufford, Cambridgeshire

Ufford today is a small village lying on limestone at between 21m and 46m OD, approximately 10km north-west of Peterborough. It is a linear settlement arranged either side of a N-S orientated road, which turns east at the southern end of the village. The church of St Andrews lies at this southern, more elevated, end of the settlement.

Prior to HEFA, the only known archaeological finds comprised a concentration of Roman material, including a silver spoon, discovered casually by the landowner in an arable field south-west of the church (recorded in the SMR for Peterborough Unitary Authority).

Local Information Websites

Ufford Village Website

British History Online

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Test Pit Pottery Distribution Map 2005-2006


Click here for the summary report of the Ufford test pit excavations