Hampshire Treasures

Volume 12 ( Gosport)

Page 9 - Anglesey

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Description and DateRemarksProtectionGrid Ref. and
Punchcard No.
Group A - Natural Features
Crescent Gardens
Trees
Shelter belt of holm oak, tulip tree, monkey puzzle, cedar and scotch firs     CA
SZ 603 984
1001 26
Alvercliffe Drive
Trees
Trees screening housing from the Esplanade.     SZ 597 986
1001 21
Jellicoe Avenue
Trees
Northcott House, formerly Bury Hall. Two fine cedars and mature specimens including holm oak and beech.     SZ 595 992
1001 36
Stokes Bay Road
Park
Stanley Park. Area of grass and woodland, originally grounds and paddocks of Bay House and Alverbank. Many fine trees, small walled garden containing lily pond and interesting animal cemetery.     SZ 592 989
1003 12
Group B - Archaeological Sites and Remains
Prehistoric
Axe Fragment
Butt end of Neolithic polished celt found on the foreshore. In private ownership. OSA SZ 59 NE 5     SZ 595 984
1001 45
Axe Fragment
Butt end of Neolithic polished celt found in the 1930s. In private ownership. OSA SZ 59 NE 4     SZ 588 987
1001 47
Post Norman
Castle (site of)
Haselworth Castle. Built in the mid 1540s, on site occupied by Fort Monckton. Ref: 1. Earlier Fortifications of Gosport. G.H. Williams. Ref: 2. Portsmouth Papers 30 pp.13, 14.     SZ 603 993
1009 20
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