We are pleased to announce the launch of the TVAS Occasional Paper series with the publication of the first three papers:
The three titles detail the results of archaeological investigations at three individual sites, two in Berkshire and one in Gloucestershire. Occasional Paper 1, entitled "Medieval Occupation at RAF Quedgeley, Gloucestershire", presents the results of excavations which uncovered a sequence of occupation, including a farmhouse, dating from the 11th century AD through to the 18th. The second paper, "Medieval Boundaries and an Early Post-Medieval Manor House at Beeches Manor, Reading Road, Wokingham, Berkshire", describes the investigations that brought to light evidence for the medieval, early post-medieval and 19th-20th century occupation of the substantial house that once dominated the site. "Middle Bronze Age and Middle Iron Age Occupation and Post-Medieval Limekilns at RAF Staff College, Broad Lane, Bracknell, Berkshire", Occasional Paper 3, details the varied archaeological finds made within the grounds of the former RAF Staff College site.