Cuffley Brook - Ponsbourne Park
Cuffley Brook rises in this area and flows southwards towards the River Lee
Post to the east Wormley Woods
Post to the south Newgatestreet
St.Mary’s Primary School. This is a Church of England Voluntary Controlled School, founded in 1847.
Catsford Cottage. 17th house in brick
St.Marys Church. Stone church built in 1848 and originally called St Mary's Tolmers and then St Mary's Hatfield. Steeple added 1858. Inside is an elaborate carved pulpit
The Coach and Horses. 18th pub building.
Ponsbourne Manor house. Built 1887 and now flats. Ponsbourne was part of the manor of Hatfield and it is the name of a local medieval family.
Ponsbourne Riding Centre
New Park Road
Newgate Street Village Hall. Built in the 1960s on land bought for the purpose in 1935
The Warren – area of woodland
Old Ponsbourne House. demolished in 1761 and originally built in the 15th.. / The foundations are said to lie below the present house on what was a football field. In 1539 the owner, Sir Adrian Fortescue, was beheaded on Tower Hill for refusing to recognise Henry VIII as Head of the Church. This is why the Catholics took it over as a school and called him Blessed Adrian Fortescue,
Ponsbourne House, big pale brick mansion built in 1761. After the Second World War it became St Dominic’s Priory School. It later became Tesco’s Management Training Centre. And now is a hotel run by the de Vere Group. Fernery in the basement was built by Pulham in 1858 used as a chapel when the house was a school. The fernery was re-erected at Capel Manor in Enfield. The pools and stream associated with it remain in the grounds of the hotel. The Doric Temple on the side of the house is said to have been built as a dairy
Walled Garden. This also uses some Pulham stone and includes gate posts
Grave yard. Used by the nuns
Lake – was formed by damming the stream which eventually becomes Cuffley Brook
The Lodge –keepers cottage deep in the woods