Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Thames Tributary - tributary to Cripsey Brook - High Laver

Thames Tributary - tributary to Cripsey Brook
Two Tributaries flows westwards to Cripsey Brook


TL 52 10
Post to the west - Great Wilmores - 51 10
Post to the south - High Laver - 52 09
Post to the east Watery Lane
Post to the north - Matching Green - 52 11

High Laver Lane
High Laver Grange
High Laver Grange Barns
. These are 17-18th, timber framed and weather boarded. In the doorway of one of them are brackets with carvings of a female figure with cloven hoofs with traces of the original red paint.
Ash Tree - 250 year old pollarded ash, by a stream, south of the Grange

Tilegate Lane
Church Farm. Late 16th farmhouse, later extended and altered. It is Timber framed, plastered with some external frame. It seems to have been built with a brick chimney stack in a 'hall' which was open to the roof and a floor inserted in hall with a winding stair in the 17th.

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