Just found this article on The Guardian: UK's best bronze age site dig ends but analysis will continue for years

The site is a 3,000-year old Bronze Age village in Cambridgeshire that was abandoned after it burnt down. They found among others:

- two complete spears (with the wooden part)
- largest, best-preserved bronze age oak wheel ever found
- glass and amber beads imported from the continent and the Middle East
- complete sets of pottery from egg cup to storage jar were found in each house and all seem to have been made by the same potter
- clay chimneys