Friday, 19 April 2013

Ellenbrook - Colney Heath

Ellenbrook
Ellenbrook continues to flow south westwards and is met by the Boggymead Stream and/or Butterwick Brook from the north west
TL 18479 06897

Village area to the west of Hatfield

Post to the east Sleapshyde
Post to the north Smallford
Post to the south Parkgate Corner

Church Lane
St Mark's Church.  Built in 1845, in brick. It is said to have been built to try and reduce the lawlessness in the parish which is outside the Metropolitan Police area. It has an outside stone staircase said to be modelled on that at King's College Canterbury. It also has a Clock tower
St.Mark’s Church Centre
J.Day. Stoneworks. Stone masons firm on site from the 1960s.

Colney Heath Lane
Smallford Farm
Smallford Cottage. This is an old farmhouse and is 17th but may be earlier
203 Rose Cottage, 17th house with a timber frame and painted weatherboarding.

North Orbital Road
Tyttenhanger Quarry, North. This has facilities for fishing and bird watching. Operated by Lafarge.

Smallford Lane
Gravel extraction sites on the west side – now trading estate and light industrial area.

St.Marks Close
Vicarage. Built in 1847 but now in other use

Sources
British Listed Buildings
Colneyheathtwinning. Web site

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