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Lime Kiln, Horley

Identifier: 405 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

The site of a 16th-19th century lime kiln.

Lime Kiln, Charlwood

Identifier: 406 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

The site of a 16th-19th century lime kiln.

Romano-British rubbish pits, Dunsfold

Identifier: 680 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Five or six pits were discovered during the cutting of a drainage ditch on Hall Place Farm in 1963. In 1965 animal remains and some early Romano-British pottery including some sherds of cordoned j...

Neolithic axe, Dunsfold

Identifier: 681 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A Neolithic ground stone axe was found in 1964 on Hall Place Farm.

Medieval homestead moat and assosciated earthworks, Charlwood

Identifier: 871 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

The remains of a moated enclosure, in the outlying part of Charlwood, between Leigh and Horsley. The remains are of a homestead moat of irregular plan measuring overall 50m north-west by south-eas...

Povey Cross: possible moated enclosure and fish trap

Identifier: 868 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

On the west bank of the River Mole at Horley Street, is a small sub-rectangular moated enclosure, waterfilled and in fair condition. It measures overall 30m. There are remains of a retaining bank...

Charlwood Place: 15th century Manor House and moat, Charlwood

Identifier: 861 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Charlwood Place. L-shaped moat approximately 160 by 140 ft. The Victoria County History for Surrey gives the manorial history of Sanders Place, later Charlwood Place, from 14th century.

Charlwoo...

St Nicholas Church, Charlwood

Identifier: 862 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

St Nicholas' Church, Charlwood, Tower (originally central) and part of north wall of nave circa 1080, south aisle circa 1260 and screen to south Chapel now the chancel, circa 1480.

Neolithic arrowhead, Dunsfold

Identifier: 679 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Part of a Neolithic arrowhead was found in February 1964 in a mole scrape in a farm at High Billinghurst.

CATTLE SHELTER, Rectory Lane, Charlwood

Identifier: 9587 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

18th century. Shelter of 7 bays with hipped tiled roof. The walls are weather boarded to back and sides. The boarding is extended round the first bay and across the 2 middle bays to leave 4 entr...