Monday, 6 March 2017

M25 Maple Cross


Post to the south Chalfont Lane
Post to the east Maple Cross
Post to the north Rickmansworth Bottom Wood


Beechen Wood
This small wood has some semi-mature trees which probably  date from the 19th including ash, beech, rowan and oak. There are also bluebells, wood anemone and the enchanter's nightshade.  The wood is owned by Three Rivers Council and there is a small play area on the edge of the wood.


Chalfont Road

Franklin’s Spring
Wood. This is an remnant ancient semi – natural woodland owned and managed by Three Rivers District Council.  It is mainly of beech with some oak. The understory is Hazel, Hawthorn and some Holly,  There aren also wood anemones and and bluebells.
Chalk Cliff. – this is said to be a chalk pit used as a rubbish tip

Hornhill Road
Local Authority housing

M25

Sources
Three Rivers District Council. Web site
Woodland Trust. Web site

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