Early Neolithic

Most of the evidence for Early Neolithic (4000–3350) activity, in the form of undecorated Early Neolithic pottery, came from a series of deep intercutting pits in ICSG, possibly some form of quarry. 
A number of Early Neolithic flints were also recovered from ICSG but mostly from later features, tree-throw holes or other natural features. These included two very finely worked leaf-shaped arrowheads which were recovered from a Bronze Age ditch and a Bronze Age well.