Lullingstone - Park & Beechen Wood
Lullingstone - Golf Course on part of old deer park, After 2nd World War land became municipal
Upper Beechen Wood. Lack of deer has increased the cover but lightening has shrunk the trees. Specimen trees protected with 18th tree guards
Ash Stubbs. Intended as boundary markers. Some near ladderstile and on the parish boundary.
Ladderstile- on the footpath over the deer fence. The only one left of three.
Pilgrims Way. footpath predates the deer park,
Hornbeams pollards which seem to mark the parish boundary
Plantiona on edge of the field date from 1946 and 1957,
Game Keepers House. demolished in the 1950s. called Well House with a 210 ft deep well. Fruit trees still on site and the footings of a venison house and stable,
Round group of trees commorats Coronation in 1953. It is on site of entrance to Well House's air raid shelter
Decoy airfield here in Second World War with dummy spitfires to look like Biggin Hill.
Golf Course possibe hill fort site with marks 2000 years old.
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