Thursday, 28 July 2011

Thames Tributary – tributary to the River Roding - Lambourne

Thames Tributary – tributary to the river Roding
The Tributary rises in this area and flows northwards to the Roding.


Post to the west Lambourne
Post to the north Church Lane
Post to the east Stapleford Abbotts
Post to the south Lambourne

Featherbed Lane
A bridle way and an ancient green lane with a diverse flora and veteran pollards down its length
Bishop’s moat. Said to be the remains of a defensive structure for Bishop Spencer of Norwich and the original site of Bis
hop’s Hall. It appears to be a moated ancient wood with no evidence of a building. The wood comprises old coppiced Hornbeam, with oak and ash with holly and elder plus wild service-trees in the hedgerow round the large, deep moat.
Broom Grove
Conduit wood. Ancient woodland. There are several ponds here and a spring which makes much if he wood wet underfoot. The wood is made up of oak, ash and Lime.
Conduit well

Hook Lane
Blackbush Farm

No comments: