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Wellhouse Meadow, Haslingfield

Wellhouse Meadow, Haslingfield

History of Wellhouse Meadow

The 17th century wellhouse was restored in 1978. The well is covered by an iron grille and behind are the remains of the moat. The park walls, dovecote and granary were erected during the restoration period.


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