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12th cenutry hedgerow, White Lane, Guildford

Identifier: 5559 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Hedgerow dating by Surrey Archaeological Society suggests that the hedgerow on the north side of the lane dates to the 12th century. The hedgerow to the south is likely to be of a similar age, but ...

Ricketts Wood: Ancient Woodland remnant

Identifier: 6958 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Archaeological assessment for the Woodlands Trust. Ricketts Wood is a remnant of ancient woodland, and little of archaeological interest was recorded.

Ash pollard, possible boundary marker

Identifier: 18145 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Isolated Ash tree pollard, may be a boundary marker.

Veteran Oak, Cobham

Identifier: 18147 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

One of several veteran oaks within the north part of Cobham Park and perhaps pre-dating the establishment of the park in the 18th century.

Veteran Lime Trees, Cobham

Identifier: 18149 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Two veteran Lime on higher ground within the park. One is now only a trunk at c.3m high. Probably contemporary with the 18th century park, but possibly pre-dating it.

Veteran Sweet Chestnut, Cobham

Identifier: 18150 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Three veteran Sweet Chestnut in a line extending from the level area to the south of Cobham Park Mansion towards the river. Probably associated with the formal layout around the house that preceede...

19th century Ornamental planting, Cobham

Identifier: 18151 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

19th century Ornamental planting. Planting of conifers including Cedar of Lebanon and Wellingtonia east and west of Cobham Park mansion, dating from soon after the building of the present house in ...

Post-medieval Walled Garden, Cobham

Identifier: 18154 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Mid 19th century walled garden in red brick. Plans by J. Austin, who also designed or drew up plans for model farm at Downside. Built on the site of 'The Old Garden House' by Harvey Combe and inclu...

Veteran Oak, Cobham

Identifier: 18155 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Veteran Oak. Group of three in field adjacent to Downside Farm. Possible survivors of more extensive wood pasture cover like the fields to the west.

Mature Oak, Cobham

Identifier: 18156 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Three large trees within the periphial belt and possibly pre-dating it.