Limpsfield Chart



stone mines   There is clear evidence of Romano-British occupation. The local stone has once been quarried there by sinking pits 25 ft. deep or more and tunnelling where suitable beds of were met with

Ridlands Lane

Watts Hill There was a medieval pottery industry in the Limpsfield area which was believed to have flourished in the years 1250-1350. It served the Reigate and 'Croydon areas and the pottery was hand-made without the use of a wheel


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