Hampshire Treasures

Volume 7 ( Havant)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Sarsen Stones
Incorporated into the foundations at Rook Farm, St. Mary's Road.     SZ 720 996
1105 194
Sarsen Stones
Fleet Manor, Yew Tree Road. Located in the garden.     SU 722 017
1105 196
Sarsen Stones
South Hayling Manor. Several exposed in the gardens.     SU 721 008
1105 198
Sarsen Stone
Three Gates', junction of Sea Front Road and Stanton Avenue. A massive example in the garden.     SZ 708 991
1105 201
Sarsen Stone No. 34A
Located on the seashore.     SU 719 041
1105 334
Sarsen Stone No. 34K
Now located on the foreshore, originally in the fields.     SU 712 008
1105 335
Sarsen Stone No. 340
The Manor House.     SU 724 009
1105 336
Sarsen Stone No. 34Q
Stonehenge Cottage. In the grounds.     SZ 717 991
1105 337
Sarsen Stone No. 34S
Northwood Farmyard.     SU 724 024
1105 338
Trees
Victoria Avenue. Line of chestnuts on either side of The Avenue, planted November 1897 by sixty local residents, to commemorate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. Originally sixty specimens. Ref: King Holds Hayling, (Thomas).     SZ 716 991
1105 239
Scenic Beauty
Shore line of Hayling Island. Area of great scenic beauty, with many natural features. A fine holiday resort, attracting many visitors during the summer months.     SU 712 010
1105 176
Tidal Basin
Langstone Harbour and adjoining marshes. Complex of inter-tidal muds and sands, salt-marsh and fresh marsh. Of international importance for the populations of wildfowl and waders it supports.     N.P. Act
S.S.S.I.
SU 705 015
1105 190
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