A short stretch of 'boundary bank' survives between the current parishes of Ripley and Denby. Possibly early medieval in origin, the boundary survives as a bank, c.1 - 1.5 m high. In the easternmost corner a ditch is visible on the north side of the bank. To the west the line of the boundary has been disturbed by works associated with opencast coal extraction. (1)
Personal Observation: Site Visit Notes: A. Myers 3/3/97.
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Centred SK 3960 4850 (240m by 7m) (Centre)
DENBY, AMBER VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE
RIPLEY, AMBER VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE
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Mar 10 2022 11:42AM
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