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Wisbech St Mary, Cambridgeshire

Located just south of the Fenland town of Wisbech, Wisbech St Mary is today a small village mostly arranged in a linear fashion along two southwest-northeast oriented streets with a further road running perpendicular to the railway station. Wisbech St Mary is surrounded by fen, and lies just 2m above sea level at its western end, rising a little to nearly 3m OD on its eastern side where the fenland peat meets clay deposits. Very little historical or archaeological research has been carried out within the village in the past.

Local Information Websites

Wisbech St Mary Village Website

British History Online

Heritage Gateway

 

Projects by Year

2007

2006

 

The full report of the two years of test pitting in Wisbech St Mary can be found here

 

Test Pit Pottery Distribution Map 2006-2007