Theobald's Brook - Woodgreen Farm

Tributary arm of Theobald’s Brook
The tributary arm rises in this area and flows eastwards

Post to the south White Webbs
Post to the north Goff's Oak
Post to the east Broadfield Farm
Post to the west Crews Hill

Old Park Ride
Dysons Osiers

Path from Silver Street
Woodgreen Farm. 18th Farmhouse In red brick which probably came from Theobald’s Park wall.
Theobald’s Deer Park Wall, east of the farm. 30 metre section of red brick wall surviving from James I's Deer Park at Theobald’s. Built in 1620. Partly derelict and heavily buttressed.

Path from Silver Street
The Coach House. Remaining buildings from the Wood Green Estate.  19th stable block, converted to house.


Don Whelan said…
I am interested in whether these footpaths were created by the Osier Trade and Use - particularly Dysons Osiers and Tilefarm Osiers.
What is the earliest recording of a footpath 'Edith's Streets sounds very Saxon
Don Whelan

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