Has anyone come across fencing (especially estate fencing) put in place
to practically keep animals out of woodland then being used a new
boundary when the estate that built it was split up and sold?
I'm asking this is the context of some rather inexplicable boundary
lines of a North Somerset Council land-holding at Cadbury Congresbury
hill fort and LNR. Our ecologist has been asked to associate the
boundaries with features on the ground. I've looked at maps from 1736
onwards, up to 1978, when the current fences are first mapped, but they
were probably put there because that was the extent of the land
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