Hampshire Treasures

Volume 6 ( East Hampshire)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Viewpoint
From Binsted churchyard looking towards Monkswood, with Roxford farm buildings in the foreground.     C.A.
SU 771 409
1603 66
Viewpoint
From Camp View, Wyck to south. Over gate, before 'private' notice.     SU 761 395
1603 67
Viewpoint
From Isington Road to Mill Court. View from Monkswood to south west all round to north and to Alice Holt Forest on the east - including Froyle and Bentley.     SU 768 418
1603 68
Trees
Millers House, Isington. Very tall yew hedge by the River Wey.     SU 773 427
1603 78
Tree
Mill Court. Beautiful, old and very unusual weeping beech on the south bank of the River Wey,     SU 756 417
1603 77
Trees
Binsted churchyard. Very old yew trees, one said to be over eight hundred years old.     C.A.
SU 771 409
1603 75
Tree
Neatham Manor. Ancient oak tree of enormous girth.     SU 740 406
1603 71
Wooded Hill
Stephenfield Copse, Wheatley Road. Interesting woodland, mixed - Scots pine, yew, cherry, beech and others.     SU 755 395
1603 70
Trees
Birdworld, Holt Pound. Several species including Scots pine, hornbeam, lime and Lawson cypress.     T.P.O. No. 472
SU 811 432
1603 99
Forest
Alice Holt. Large area of attractive woodland. Extensively used for informal country- side recreation. Picnic areas, bridle paths, etc. Ref: The Royal Forests of England, (Cox), pp.79, 85, 309.     SU 810 420
1603 96
Trees
Bentley Station. Two oaks on adjoining land on north side.     T.P.O. No. 12
E. H. D.
SU 792 430
1603 100
Woodland
Monks Wood. An area of typical chalk wood- land with varied flora.     SU 742 393
1603 101
Group B - Archaeological Sites and Remains
Roman
Pottery
Steen Farm. Pot found 1951. Present location not known. O.S.A. No. SU74 SE8.     SU 755 411
1603 51
Coin
Manor Cottages. Sestertius of Hadrian, C.2 A.D. Found in garden on line of Roman road from Silchester to Chichester. O.S.A. No. SU74 SW18.     SU 742 407
1603 55
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