Two tributary streams rise in
this area, join and flow south
A tributary stream runs parallel
to Wildhill Road
Post to the south /Foxes Lane
The area now known
as Woodside was once part of Hatfield Great Park. It was surrounded by a wooden
paling seven miles long and contained oak and beeches interspersed with open
glade of grass where tenants of the manor had a right of pasture. It was enclosed
in the 19th. There were also
clay pits and potters in the area.
Millward’s was originally part of Hatfield Great Park used for hunting but
which was used for forestry from the early 19th and was replanted in the 1960s.
It has conifers with oaks, bracken and some ornamental species. It is a county
Gate lodges at the south entrance to Hatfield Park. This is also called Pepper Pot. The
smaller left hand lodge might be 17th. They are in red brick and are
octagonal. Beyond the gates the drive to Hatfield House continues along the
eastern edge of what is now Millward’s Park.
Gates are 19th
British Listed Buildings.
Webster. Great North
Welwyn Hatfield Council.