Monday, 30 May 2011

Thames Tributary – tributary stream to the River Roding - Berners Roding

Thames Tributary – tributary stream to the River Roding
The stream rises from two points in this area and flows south east towards the Roding.

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Village centre in a country side area

Post to the west - Waples Mill

Berners Roding
Berners Hall 16th part-moated farmhouse. House timber framed, with 19th red brick front. In the kitchen is a stone post base and a 1800 cupboard with glazed doors in the living room
Red brick curved garden wall 19th
Barn. Late 17th 8 bay timber framed barn, part tarred weatherboarding
and part render. An 18th red brick wall enclosing the yard.
Barn. Early 19th 9 bay timber framed barn. Black weatherboarding and an outer wall of in red brick
Moat
All Saints Church. Elements of the building date to the 14th. It once had a tower with a single bell cast in 1594. It is pulled down post 1953. Walls of flint rubble and red brick but the building is in a state of advanced decay.
Pedunculate Oak tree. Girth: 3.1m, Height: 10-15, Age: 1800-1850. It stands on the moat of Berners Hall beside the church

Sources
British Listed Building. Web site
Pevsner and Cherry. Essex

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