A submerged forest has been reported in this vicinity and dated to 5250+/-80BP, 4540+/-70BP. Flints have been found below the peat. The bones of deer, Aurich and brown bear have been found within the peat.
Bell, M, 2007, Prehistoric Coastal Communities: The Mesolithic in Western Britain, CBA Research Report 149, pg2
Dyfed Archaeological Trust HER Refs: 13360, 11978
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Maritime Officer, RCAHMW, February 2013.