106 BOWLERS FIELD
ACCESSED FROM THE RIDGEWAY AND THE SLANG SITE 103
OS REF SK569126
Date: 25th March 2002
This is a field for winter wheat so good potential for field walking. This is a very stony field in a high point of Rothley so could be some good flints.
There are lovely boundary trees set into a good hedgerow between this field and Site 105 Six Acre Field. These have been recorded as Ancient Trees as they have a girth between 3-4 metres.
This is a lovely part of Rothley.
The beauty of winter trees. Boundary Trees 13-18 in the hedgerow between Site 106 Bowlers Field and Site 105 Six Acre Field. February 2007.
Granite wall between Site 104 Sand Pit Field and Site 106 Bowlers Field. February 2007
Site 106 Bowlers Field looking to Swithland lane over an old orchard. February 2007.
Site 106 Bowlers Field. February 2007.
Hedgerow between Site 106 Bowlers Field and Site 105 Six Acre Field (right hand side of picture). March 2002
Ancient Trees 18 down to 13 in the distance looking from Site 110 12 Acre Field. Hedgerow between Sites 106 Bowlers Field and 105 Six Acre Field. March 2002.
Hedgerow boundary trees between Sites 105 and 106 from Site 106. March 2002.
Hedgerow boundary trees between Sites 105 and 106 from Site 106. March 2002
Ancient Trees recorded in Site 106 Bowlers Field:
Tree 13 Ash Girth 3.5m
Tree 14 Oak Girth 3.1m
Tree 15 Oak Girth 3.8m A lot of ivy.
Tree 16 Ash Girth 3.9m A lot of ivy
Tree 17 Ash Girth 3.7m. Fungi base of trunk.
Tree 18 Oak Girth 3.1m Large stones at the base of the trunk
The above trees were planted in a line of hedgerow between Sites 106 Bowlers Field and Site 105 Six Acre Field leading to Site 110 12 Acre Field. All trees recorded in March 2002.
Following the death of Kathleen Hyman in 2006 the farm will no longer remain in the Hyman family as tenant farmers. Further information awaited.
3rd February 2007
A return visit was made to the site but, apart from the crop, no changes were visible.
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