Cowsheds at Pinner Park Farm
Cowsheds at Pinner Park Farm
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Cowsheds at Pinner Park Farm
Cowsheds of Pinner Park Farm, George V Avenue, Pinner. Row of weatherboarded cowsheds with brick and concrete walls, with tiled and corrugated roofs. A Fresian cow outside. Pinner Park Farm, a 93 hectare (230 acre) countryside site crossed by the River Pinn, was originally a Deer Park dating back to 1273/4 and initially owned by the Archbishop of Canterbury. It was converted into farmland in the sixteenth century and has been run as a dairy farm by the Hall family; hence it is sometimes referred to as Hall’s Farm. It is designated as s Site of Nature Conservation Importance and forms a part of the Green Belt.
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