Hampshire Treasures

Volume 1 ( Winchester City District)

Page 261 - Southwick and Widley

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Area of Scenic Beauty
The Upper and Lower Wallington River which flows through Southwick village. A. Rooks Bridge. B. Cheeseman's Bridge. C. Newman's Bridge.     C.A.
SU 627 084
1912 137
Area of Scenic Beauty
View northwards over Southwick Village and beyond from top of Portchester Lane and Crooked Walk.     SU 611 071
1912 130
Area of Scenic Beauty
View southwards over the village of Southwick from Common Lane.     SU 623 093
1912 131
Area of Scenic Beauty
View southwards from Southwick Village over farmlands to the ridge of Portsdown Hill.     C.A.
SU 622 087
1912 35
Area of Scenic Beauty
The approach to Southwick Village from the south east (A333) through level farmland.     SU 640 071
1912 132
Area of Scenic Beauty
The view northwards from Southwick over farmlands to the woods.     SU 622 087
1912 136
Area of Scenic Beauty
The approach to Southwick from the north east through Creech Walk, and between Place Woods and Farmlands.     SU 632 102
1912 133
Woodlands
The approach to Southwick from the westward between the plantations of Walton Heath, Staple Cross and Lodge Moor.     SU 618 091
1912 134
Spring and Conduit
Offwell, Southwick. Used by monks of Southwick Priory in C.12. Still supplies Southwick Village.     SU 621 079
1912 124
Group B - Archaeological Sites and Remains
Stone Age
Living Site
East of Lodge Farm. A Mesolithic site on Walton Heath. Finds include microliths, micro-burins, one tranchet-axe, one axe sharpening flake. O.S.A. No. Su60 NW1.     SU 619 097
1912 143
Roman
Posting Station
Just east of motte and bailey fortification in Place Wood. Possible remains of a Roman mansion, 110 x 90m. Bisected by course of the Roman road from Chichester to Bitterne. O.S.A. No. SU60 NW7.     SU 634 091
1912 147
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