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Ford Manor

Identifier: 15191 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

This garden, thought to be of historic significance, is currently under review by the Surrey Gardens Trust.

Botley Park, Homewood Park

Identifier: 15216 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

This site has had many applications for development and has had many plans sent to Surrey. There are several listed buildings on the site. The area remains a Park, however from the documentation ...

Little Flexford pond: placename evidence for flax retting site

Identifier: 17280 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Report that the coincidence of the place-name with a pond on a tributary of the Stanford Brook suggests to the owner of the property that the pond was used for flax retting.

Old Park, Caterham

Identifier: 15148 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A parkland/woodland area which is the largest in Caterham. Interestingly, the woodland was included in the divorce settlement between Henry VIII and Anne of Cleves which proves its establishment pr...

Wey Navigation: Newark to Papercourt Lock

Identifier: 15990 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Section of river navigation utilising old river channel. This section runs through mainly meadow with few trees on either bank. There is an occasional pollard, but these are rare.

Wey Navigation: Worsfold to Triggs Lock

Identifier: 15994 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Section of natural river that has apparently been much straightened since 1979. There are now at least two artificial cuts where there were once large bends, and the sites of two lost bridge...

STANWELL PLACE, Stanwell

Identifier: 15237 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

The formal gardens recorded in 1748 were gradually changed to become part of a wider and extended parkland of the late 18th century. This survived through to the mid-20th century but has subsequen...

LALEHAM PARK, Laleham

Identifier: 15230 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

A layered Landscape with elements of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Capability Brown seems to have had some involvement in the late 18th century and thereby influenced the later parkland creat...

Wey Navigation: Walsham to Newark Cut

Identifier: 15988 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Section of river navigation about 700m long utilising old river channel, although there are signs that at least one meander has been straightened at Irish Hole. Is this the remains ...

Godalming Navigation: Guildford Meads

Identifier: 16003 · Author: Surrey Sites and Monuments Record

Supposed natural section of River Wey, but embanked against watermeadows to the east. It is possible that this section of the 'natural' river had been artificially altered before 1760. There wer...