Hampshire Treasures

Volume 5 ( New Forest)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Hordle Cliffs. A succession of the Barton Beds, and world famous for fossils. An area of natural beauty with good views along coast to Hurst Castle and the Isle of Wight. Ref: 1. 'Fossilia Hantoniensia', 1766, (Brander). Ref: 2. Geology of the Southampton area, Guide No. 14 of the Geologists Association, Itinerary 4, pp.8-12. Ref: 3. The Hampshire Basin and adjoining areas, 1960, British Geology Series (H.M.S.O.), pp.68-72.     N.P. Act
SZ 261 923
1206 02
Nature Reserve
Hurst Castle. An area of shingle spit, mud flats, creeks, saltings and marshes stretching north to the ward boundary, with a band of spartina marsh and tidal muds at western end. These grazing marshes, lagoons and saltings provide a variety of fauna, flora and wildlife. Ref: The Pebbles on the Beach, 1954, (Ellis), pp.120-121.     N.P. Act
SZ 310 907
1206 92
Sarsen Stone No. 38A
Old church site at Hordle.     SZ 268 923
1206 82
Sarsen Stone No. 48B
Crossroads opposite Roman Catholic Church, junction of Park Lane and Kivernell Road.     SZ 286 917
1206 84
Trees mainly close to road boundaries of Newlands Manor. Strips of woodland and scrub land which is chiefly non-coniferous. Centred on grid reference.     T.P.O. No. 39
SZ 286 932
1206 09
Barnes Lane, east of junction with Vinegar Hill. Two groups of a very wide variety of trees.     T.P.O. No. 1044
SZ 286 922
1206 86
Belsito, Milford Crescent. A group of three holly, four lime, two sweet chestnut, one cherry, one cedar and three bay.     T.P.O. No. 1057
SZ 290 919
1206 81
Northern area of Milford-on-Sea. Various types of trees in groups spread over a large area of the town.     T.P.O. No. 270
SZ 279 925
1206 11
Kivernell Road, Milford-on-Sea. A variety of different species.     T.P.O. No. 437
SZ 284 918
1206 87
Pleasure Gardens. A belt of wood and scrubland running either side of the meandering Danestream into the centre of Milford. Crossed by footpaths. Centred on grid reference.     C.A.
SZ 282 920
1206 15
Black Bush Copse. A large area of deciduous trees with small coppices. Crossed with footpaths.     SZ 278 929
1206 16
Studland Common, between Pless Road and Danestream. Mainly scrubland and rough pasture dotted with a few trees. Centred on grid reference.     SZ 277 922
1206 17
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