Saturday, 13 October 2012

Dean's Brook Stoney Wood

Deans Brook
Deans Brook meets with a number of tributaries from the Scratchwood area and Moat Mount and flows south.

Post to the north Scratchwood
Post to the south Upper Hale


A1 Barnet Way

Subway under the road between the golf course and the club house
100 Mill Hill Golf Course Club House. Built in the dairy buildings of Coventry Farm.

Hemmings Wood

M1
Days Hotel. Welcome Inns were rebranded as Days Hotels by Welcome Break who operate the adjacent services.

Mill Hill Golf Course
Stoney Wood
Stoney Wood Lake – this lake is formed on the course of the Deans Brook by damming the waterway. At the southern end is a sluice and pump house.

Stoneyfields Park
The park is a grassland area with a wood, hedgerows and two play areas.  Many trees predate the lay out of the park. Deans Brook flows through the park albeit dammed to create an ornamental lake. The lake has a fringe of vegetation which supports water fowl and amphibians.

The Fairway
Fairway School and Children’s Centre
Northway School. Special school

Sources

Fairway School website
Human journey website
London Borough of Barnet website
MiddlesexCountryCouncil website
Mill Hill Golf Club website
Motorway Services website
Northway school website

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