Verwood Village Scenes


Ringwood Road






Number 27 in the process of being demolished for redevelpoment by Shearing Homes.

The site is now occupied by numbers 25a, 27 and 27a.

Number 25 next door which was occupied by Letcher & Sons is now "St Gabriels".

16 November 1980      [8/V/12]

Looking towards the village.

The bus stop is outside the entrance to number 16.

16 November 1980      [8/V/13]

The Cartwheel Tea Rooms and Restaurant.

That building now stands in Heathlands Close.

12 December 1976      [2/K/32]

"Beehive Cottage" number 72.

12 December 1976      [2/K/34]

Verwood Caravans premises opposite Verwood Motors.

12 December 1976      [2/K/33]

Number 76 prior to being demolished and replaced by a brick built house.

12 December 1976      [2/K/31]

Number 107 "May Cottage"

Ringwood Road Stores is the next building that can be seen beyond and is the building in the upper photo on page 15 of Around Verwood.

12 December 1976      [2/K/35]

The junction of Burnbake Road is on the right.

2 January 1981      [8/X/31]

Looking down towards Ringwood Road from Burnbake Road.

Foundations are being constructed for The Fayrewood public house.

Sherwood Drive is visible at the centre of the picture and the house to the right is "Kenilworth" number 119 Ringwood Road.

2 January 1981      [8/X/29]

Adjacent to the Fayrewood plot looking at the back of houses in Ringwood Road. The long bungalow is number 98a then follow numbers 100, 102 and 104. The house with the red roof is number 2 Lake Road.

This field is now the top end of Raymond Close off Sandy Lane.

2 January 1981      [8/X/30]

Entrance to The Chase opposite the Woodlinken Drive turning.

12 December 1976      [2/R/22]

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