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MONUMENT NO. 36637

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The deserted post medieval farmstead of Woodlands was mentioned in documentary sources of 1506-56. A house and farm buildings are shown on the 1843 Tithe Map. The farm site is approached by a holloway from the east and is situated in a sheltered hollow facing east just below the crest of the hill. There are the remains of ruined rectangular stone buildings cut back into the hillside. The site is also marked by a curvilinear banked enclosure which is partly defined by the hedge bank on the western side.

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