Hampshire Treasures

Volume 5 ( New Forest)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Recreation Ground
Yaldhurst Lane. On northern edge of Pennington. Open space with belt of coniferous trees on southern border.     SZ 309 954
1207 07A
Common
Upper Pennington Common. Large area of land between Upper Common Road and Avon Water. Open grassland with some scrub. Some full grown trees in band close to Avon Water.     SZ 299 953
1207 06A
Common
Pennington Common. Lies between the Ramley and Wainsford Roads. Mainly open ground with some scrub. Crossed by many footpaths. One small pond.     SZ 305 952
1207 05A
Group F - Historical or Literary Associations
House
C.18
No. 169, Southampton Road, next to Crown Inn. Originally an old toll house on the main Southampton Road.     T. & C.P. Act
SZ 316 964
1208 61B
Tunnel
Leading from Crown Inn, Southampton Road to Bucklands House. It is thought to have been used by smugglers. Centred on grid reference.     SZ 316 964
1208 66B
Passageway
Leading from attic in Chantry Mead, Southampton Road to Bucklands House. Supposed to have been used as an escape route for Catholic priests. Centred on grid reference.     SZ 317 963
1208 65B
Houses
C.18
Chantry Mead and Chantry Close, Southampton Road. Caroline Bowles lived here until her marriage in 1839, and again after Southey's death in 1843, until her own death in 1854.     T. & C.P. Act
C.A.
SZ 317 962
1208 53B
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