This may be the oldest of the lodge cottages, dating to 1846, and was built beside the private driveway from his house at Ockham to his new acquisition, the house that was to become Horsley Towers.

Blueryde Lodge Image: HCPS

Blueryde Lodge
Image: HCPS

The name Blueryde was written Brewesruden on old documents, and means land cleared by Brewes. In 1206 some land in this area was owned by a John de Brius.

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