Hampshire Treasures

Volume 6 ( East Hampshire)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Area of Ecological Importance
Woolmer Pond. A shallow peat stained base, poor lake with peripheral wet and dry heath on Lower Greensand. Herpetologically and ornithologically an important site.     N.P. Act
SU 790 320
1619 25
Area of Ecological Importance
Woolmer Forest. Extensive stretch of dry heath dominated by heather and extensively but not densely colonised by birch. Thought to be best remaining example of dry heath in the western Weald and is of special herpetological importance.     N.P. Act
SU 805 324
1619 32
Area of Ecological importance
Blackmoor. An area of Folkestone Beds at the western extremity of the Weald. Dominated by heather and moor-grass. The site contrasts with the much drier heathland elsewhere.     N.P. Act
SU 787 335
1619 36
Geological Feature
South side of Oxney Stream. Peat bog.     SU 794 377
1619 33
Dormy, Hogmoor Road, Bordon. Many groups of trees of different species standing in the grounds of houses on the above estate. The area is centred on the grid reference given.     T.P.O. No. 13
SU 786 342
1619 37
Queen Anne's Tree. Opposite Regency House on A325. Place where royal deer, driven by Verderers, were inspected by Queen Anne.     N.P. Act
SU 787 321
1619 27
To the north of New Road and west of Forest Road. Differing species standing in the area centred on grid reference.     T.P.O. No. 780
SU 794 344
1619 34
Area of former Whitehill House. Now known as Oak View Estate.     T.P.O. No. 419
SU 795 340
1619 21
Pinewood House and Whitehill Chase, Petersfield Road. Several trees of various species, both deciduous and coniferous, standing on land to the east of the A325 at Whitehill, centred on grid reference given.     T.P.O. No. 89
SU 795 345
1619 38
Links House, Firgrove Road, Blackmoor. A sweet gum inside the northern boundary of the garden, and a group consisting of one Scots pine, one lawson cypress, nine holly and a sweet gum on the frontage of the garden of the above property.     T.P.O. No. 14
SU 796 341
1619 35
Beaulieu, New Road. Part of curtilage now developed, most of the trees retained.     T.P.O. No. 516
SU 797 342
1619 22
Waterside, Mill Chase Road, Bordon. Formerly Deadwater.     T.P.O. No. 568
SU 804 356
1619 20
Camp Springs. In existence for hundreds of years and served military camping units prior to World War 1.     SU 793 339
1619 26
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