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Monument record MDR7221 - Possible water meadow (site of), north east of Hoofies Wood, Hartshorne

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SK 312225. On the west side of Repton Brook is an area of what appears to be ridge and furrow on a very small scale. The ridges are only a yard apart and the whole area only measures some six by twenty yards. It is enclosed by a low bank about half a yard high. It is possible that this area was a water meadow, with the bank so placed as to prevent the water running away to the brook when the meadow was inundated. (1)

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  • <1> Bibliographic reference: Spavold, J (ed.). 1984. At the Sign of the Bulls Head, a History of Hartshorne and its Enclosure. p 19.



Grid reference Centred SK 312 225 (66m by 164m) (Approximate)

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Record last edited

Jun 22 2015 11:00AM

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