MEM24218 - Medieval hollow way northeast of Upper Willingford Corner (Monument)
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Type and Period (1)
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SS 81802 32633. A hollow way lies in the southwest corner of Humber's Ball, northeast of Upper Willingford Corner. It is 5.6 metres wide, 1.4 deep and 70 metres long, and is part of an area of hollow ways that converge to cross the Dane's Brook north of Upper Willingford Corner. These are the remains of routes giving access to the main areas of summer grazing in the former Royal Forest and may well date from the early medieval period. 
- <1>XY SEM8544 Report: Riley, H.. 2018. Archaeological walkover survey: Halscombe Allotments, Humber's Ball, Hawkridge Plain & Old Barrow Down, Withypool & Hawkridge, Exmoor. HWH17070, p17. [Mapped feature: #44526 Hollow way, HWH17070]
|Grid reference||Centred SS 8179 3263 (69m by 30m)|
|Civil Parish||WITHYPOOL AND HAWKRIDGE, WEST SOMERSET, SOMERSET|
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- Mires Feature Reference (Monument) (Halscombe etc): HWH17070
Record last edited
May 15 2018 1:48PM
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