Hampshire Treasures

Volume 8 ( Test Valley North)

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Barn Cottage. Two ash in the rear garden.     T.P.O. No. 72
SU 381 532
1711 74
Dene Rise. Several different species including sycamore, locust tree, rowan, whitebeam, hornbeam, beech, ash and lime, on land to the rear of properties at Dean Rise.     T.P.O. No. 76
SU 386 534
1711 75
The Vicarage. Various species including ash, maple, lime, birch and holly.     T.P.O. No. 35
SU 385 529
1711 76
The Bank Tree, Ibthorpe. An ancient elm, a traditional meeting place for open air functions in the village.     C.A.
SU 376 537
1711 82
The George and Dragon Inn. A mature horse chestnut.     C.A.
SU 382 531
1711 79
Group B - Archaeological Sites and Remains
Bronze Age
Bowl Barrow
Severals Copse. Mutilated remains of a bowl barrow constructed mainly of flint now planted with fir trees. Contained a cremation, and a fine Bronze Age type scraper found in 1949 which is now in Winchester Museum. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE10. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 10, 1926-30, p.122.     A.O.N.B.
SU 385 522
1711 69
Bronze Age/Iron Age
Flint Heaps
Severals Copse. Many irregular-shaped heads of flints probably field clearance heaps from Celtic field system. Grid reference given locates central point of area. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE11.     A.O.N.B.
SU 380 520
1711 70
Iron Age
Enclosure (Site)
Doles Copse. Square enclosure with single bank and ditch. Course of bank still visible as a scatter of flints but other features have been destroyed. O.S.A. No. SU35 SE15. Ref: P.H.F.C., Vol. 10, 1926-30, (Dewar), pp.124-5.     A.O.N.B.
SU 379 516
1711 64
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