SITE 190 HOMEFIELD (2), HOMEFIELD LANE

OS REF:SK58851315

Date: 2nd October 2003

This field is divided off with fencing as it is used for horses.

Due to horse grazing there is little chance of meadow land being able to survive but, given the chance, this would be a lovely buttercup meadow like the adjoining field next to the Rothley Brook.

Site 190 Looking to Fields Farm Site 164 over Sites 165 Mountsorrel Lane Field; Site 170 Enclosed Field; Site 169 Fields Farm Boundary Field. Sites 167 and 168 just over Rothley Brook. October 2003

Site 190 Looking to Brooklea Nursery on the right beyond Site 168 Willow Field. October 2003

Site 190 Looking over Rothley Brook to Mountsorrel Lane and Sites 172, 171 and 165. October 2003

HOMEFIELD 2 IN 2013

Looking from Homefield Lane to Mountsorrel over Fields Farm. May 2013

Looking from Homefield Lane to Mountsorrel over Fields Farm in the distance. May 2013

Looking from Homefield Lane to Mountsorrel Lane. May 2013

Looking from Homefield Lane with Mountsorrel Lane to the left. May 2013

Looking from Homefield Lane with the old A6 to the right and the new house building at Hilltop in the distance. May 2013

Looking from Homefield Lane with Mountsorrel Lane to the left. May 2013

SITE 190 HOMEFIELD 2 IN 2015

Looking from Homefield Lane. Loughborough Road on far right. February 2015

Looking from Homefield Lane. Loughborough Road far right. February 2015

Looking from Homefield Lane, over Rothley Brook to Hilltop. February 2015

Looking from Homefield Lane to Mountsorrel. February 2015

Looking from Homefield Lane to Mountsorrel. February 2015

Looking at the boundary hedgerow with Homefield Lane and the young trees. February 2015

Looking from Homefield Lane with Mountsorrel to the left and Hilltop to the right. February 2015

Looking from Homefield Lane with right hand boundary of Homefield 2 with Mountsorrel in the distance. February 2015

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