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HANGMANS WOOD DENEHOLES

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Undated deneholes in Hangman's Wood, for chalk and flint extraction. Over 70 deneholes are known to have existed in the wood, but only a few holes now survive as a visible earthworks. The holes appear to be concentrated towards the north of the area, most surviving as shallow scrapes, grassed over or full of brambles. The larger holes are surrounded by high security fencing.

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