Parts of the church of St. Bartholomew date from the 12th century. It has a notable timber tower at its west end . There was restoration by Benjamin Ferrey in 1884-1895. The rectory dates from the 16th century.

South side of Burstow church, by John Hassell, 1822, Surrey History Centre ref. 4348/2/65/3

South side of Burstow church, by John Hassell, 1822,
Surrey History Centre ref. 4348/2/65/3

The post mill at Outwood dates from 1665 and is the oldest working windmill in Britain. The smock-mill close to it unfortunately collapsed in 1960.

Outwood Windmills, 1931, Photographic Survey and Record of Surrey no. 8562

Outwood Windmills, 1931,
Photographic Survey and Record of Surrey no. 8562

Wasp Green Farmhouse has a 15th century frame and an outside built in the late 17th century. North of Burstow is Smallfield Place a stone-built manor house built about 1600.

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  1. Steve says:

    I have an interest in Slab Castle in Outwood but know very little about it. Is there anywhere that I can read about it and its occupants across the years please?

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