Saturday, 18 February 2017
M25 Wisley Lane
Post to the east Wisley Common
Post to the north Byfleet
Housing built for Royal Horticultural Society workers in the late 1950s. Frederick Chittenden was the first director of the gardens here and the cottages were built after his death
These lie along the Wey
The river Wey winds through this square. In the north running east west through common meadows to pass under the M25 then to run south to Wisley Bridge (in the square to the west) and then to turn south east.
Houses built for the superintendants at the Royal Horticultural Gardens.
Royal Horticultural Society Cottages
Old School House – timber-framed and brick building with steeply pitched tile roof. 16th with 18th and 20th- alteration
Deers Farm Close. Royal Horticultural Society Trials Site. Woking Archery Club is on part of this site.
Sports Ground. This includes a pavilion and pitches
Sewage works. This is run by Thames Water and appears to date from the 1920s. . A Romano British Pottery Kiln has been found here.
Royal Horticultural Society. Web site
Surrey County Council. Web site
Wikipedia. As appropriate
Posted by M at 10:33