A village may have existed on the edge of the marsh


It is hoped to carry out excavations in the area


Close to the south east side are the remains of a wall and some large pieces of stone, probably the building referred to by authority 3


There is no evidence that it can be associated with Northeye


There is now no trace of the DMV, which has been ploughed since the 1939-45 war, though a settlement pattern is shown on OS 25" and visible on RAF AP (1946) (a).




No dateable material has been found.




No local or documentary evidence to enable classification



Md settlement (? Northeye I) (site of), and U mound (prob. BA round barrow).



Now under coarse grass




The condition is such that a survey is unlikely to recover more details




Whether it is the site of Northeye I (see auth. 2, 6) is open to question but it is certainly a suitable site for scheduling.




Trees fallen as a result of the great storm of October 1987 militated against the recovery of further evidence on the supposed chapel site

















Chalk on blackboard









Photograph from a drone









Salt under a microscope









Sheep bone









Underwater camera










Iron tanged blades









Aerial photograph









LIDAR screenshot









Stained glass









Sluice water









Charcoal on photocopy









Clay pot shard