Oakwood & Ash Plantation :: Shared Description

The Oakwood and Ash Plantation is part of the Thames Chase Community Forest. These two adjoining woodlands are separated by a stretch of water called the Long Pond.

Oakwood was designed in the 18th century by landscape gardener, Lancelot "Capability" Brown as part of the landscape of Belhus house.

The Long Pond is now bisected by the M25, and the western section is now in Belhus Woods Country Park.

The plantation is joined to the country park by a footbridge TQ5781 : Longpond footbridge.

by Roger Jones
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9 images use this description:

TQ5781 : Bridge between Oak and Ash by Roger Jones
TQ5781 : Maintaining Capability Brown on the M25, Belhus by Roger Jones
TQ5781 : Long Pond by Roger Jones
TQ5781 : Narrow glade in Ash Plantation by Roger Jones
TQ5781 : Longpond footbridge by Roger Jones
TQ5781 : Ash Plantation by Roger Jones
TQ5781 : Sunlight on trees, Oakwood and Ash Plantation by Roger Jones
TQ5781 : Oak Wood path by Roger Jones
TQ5781 : Woodland path in Ash Plantation by Roger Jones

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Created: Mon, 17 Oct 2011, Updated: Tue, 2 Oct 2012

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