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Houses lie to either side of the lane that runs through Farley Green, but it is the nearby heath where man once made his home. During the mid 19th century, the writer Martin Tupper exposed a fine Romano-British temple. Later digs by others discovered coins and pottery, and in 1995 the first proper excavation was made by English Heritage.

Other Memories from Farley Green

When I was a child, my family stayed in the house then called "Fresh Field" on the corner of August Lane and Ride Lane (we were in the UK on 6 months home leave from the Far East where I grew up). My best memories are of playing in the large garden with my brother and sisters, climbing on the gate to watch horse riders go past, family walks on Farley Heath near the site of the former ...see more

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