Thames Tributary - tributary to Cripsey Brook - High Laver
Two Tributaries flows westwards to Cripsey Brook
TL 52 10
Post to the west - Great Wilmores - 51 10
Post to the south - High Laver - 52 09
Post to the east Watery Lane
Post to the north - Matching Green - 52 11
High Laver Lane
High Laver Grange
High Laver Grange Barns. These are 17-18th, timber framed and weather boarded. In the doorway of one of them are brackets with carvings of a female figure with cloven hoofs with traces of the original red paint.
Ash Tree - 250 year old pollarded ash, by a stream, south of the Grange
Church Farm. Late 16th farmhouse, later extended and altered. It is Timber framed, plastered with some external frame. It seems to have been built with a brick chimney stack in a 'hall' which was open to the roof and a floor inserted in hall with a winding stair in the 17th.