Thursday, 12 February 2009

Common Plot

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  1. As its name suggests it is an area of common land and covers a small area about 600m N-S and 500m E-W. It comprises a hill gently sloping from near the north boundary to south some 30m. To the north the hill slopes gently at first, then more steeply through a narrow strip of woodland to the northern boundary. The main body of the area is open rough with scattered isolated trees. The top of the hill is peppered with earth banks/gullies. It is criss-crossed with footpaths, nearly all rights of way, covering a total distance of over 3 kilometres.