Hampshire Treasures

Volume 5 ( New Forest)

Page 55 - Burley

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Tree
Pigsty Corner. Horse chestnut. Planted 1937 to commemorate the coronation of George V I.     SU 216 033
2402 32
Tree
Green Close. One hornbeam.     SU 208 033
2402 84
Trees
Castle Hill to Burley Beacon. Including Ashen Wood and Coffins Hoims.     T.P.O. No. 56
SU 199 083
2402 62
Trees
Church Firs, School Green. Two groups of seven trees and Jubilee trees, planted 1936 by guides, brownies and cubs.     N.P. Act
S.S.S.I.
SU 214 031
2402 30
Trees
Garden Road. Several ash, oak, sycamore, douglas fir and cypress trees can be located standing in this area.     T.P.O. No. 1001
SU 209 029
2402 139
Trees
Greenberry Clump. Group of trees surrounded by an earth bank - probably marks the position of a barrow. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 217.     N.P. Act
S.S.S.I.
SU 219 014
2402 85
Trees
Highcroft Wood. Clump of birch trees commemorating the Silver Wedding Anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, 1972.     N.P. Act
S.S.S.I.
SU 213 029
2402 31
Trees
Manor Hotel and Stables. Cedars perhaps planted to commemorate John Shaw Le Fevre's marriage 1824.     SU 212 035
2402 109
Trees
Manor Park. Spanish chestnut trees and cedars.     SU 211 031
2402 27
Trees
Shelley's Firs. Planted 1861 by W. Bromfield on the day George Shelley died. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 248, photograph p. 174.     N.P. Act
S.S.S.I.
SU 221 025
2402 25
Trees
Tree House, The Cross. Several different species of trees of interest in this area.     T.P.O. No. 674
SU 210 030
2402 140
Trees
Burley Lodge. Ancient oak trees named the Twelve Apostles from the 'dignity of their form and venerable appearance'. Only eight now standing. Ref: Records of Burley, p.118 and p.142.     SU 239 054
2402 80
Tree
A single oak situated on the boundary of Lavender Cottage, Clough Lane, and Ringwood Road.     T.P.O. No. 1098
SU 208 031
2402 143
Trees
Mill Lawn, Burley. Several species of oak, ash, birch and beech. Also an area of young oak and ash.     T.P.O. No. 1102
SU 224 037
2402 144
Woodland
Berry Wood. Many oaks and beeches. Should probably be spelt Bury - meaning barrow. Ref: Records of Burley, p. 195.     N.P. Act
S.S.S.I.
SU 216 054
2402 65
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