Monday, 30 May 2011

Thames Tributary – River Roding- Beauchamp Roding

Thames Tributary – River Roding
The Roding’s source is in rural Essex north of Great Dunmow. It first appears on the London AZ at TQ11 58 and is joined by a stream from the west, and later, south of Waples Mill by another stream from the east.

TL 58188 10085

Countryside area with the old village school among scattered farms and fields

Post to the south Beauchamp Roding 58 10
Post to the east - Waples Mill - 59 11
Post to the west Abbess Roding 57 11

School Lane
7 House.17th, 2 storey timber framed and plastered house. Pargetting on the front wall.
Old Schoolhouse. The former school, originally the parish poorhouse, closed as a school in 1923
8,9,10 Bonds Cottages. 17/18th timber framed cottages.
Ingolds. House. 16th, timber framed and plastered with jettied and gabled wing

SourcesBritish Listed Buildings. Web site
Essex County Council. Web site
Pevsner and Cherry. Essex
Victoria County History of Essex

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