Arkley Lane, EN5

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Arkley Lane, off Barnet Road, is an old drovers’ road.

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Arkley Lane and Pastures is a 50-hectare Site of Borough Importance for Nature Conservation, Grade II. Located on the Barnet Plateau, it is now a quiet country lane with a traditional bank and ditch. The thick hedges are composed of beech and hornbeam, ash, field maple and magnificent old pedunculate oaks.

The hedge flora are dominated by cow parsley, and the ditches have wetland flowers including water figwort and wild angelica. A small adjacent woodland, which is probably ancient, has nesting birds, including sparrowhawks, willow warblers and stock doves. Muntjac deer are often seen there.

The fields on either side of the lane are traditionally managed, some grazed by horses and others managed as hay meadows. Three fields which have escaped agricultural improvement support wild flowers typical of old grassland, such as sneezewort and pignut.

There is only public access to the lane itself. The tarmacked road continues as a bridleway beyond the Barnet boundary to Saffron Green Meadows in Hertfordshire and to the A1 road.

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Arkley

Arkley is located north-west of London, and at 482 ft above sea level is one of the highest points.

It consists of a long village strung out between Barnet and Stirling Corner roughly centred around the "Gate" pub and is composed of the ancient hamlets of Barnet Gate, Rowley Green and Arkley hamlet. It is also home to one of the oldest windmills in southern England.

From at least the early 19th century until the 1890s, Arkley was commonly known as 'Barnet Common' or 'West Barnet'.

It is thought by some that Hendon Wood Lane was originally a minor Roman road. Certainly the name, 'Grendel's Gate' (now Barnet Gate, and formally known as 'Grims Gate'), is associated with the monster from the Saxon epic, Beowulf. This implies that the place was of modest importance as early as 1005. It may have been a centre of a small but significant community, founded on a woodland economy.

The area is latter referred to in medieval documents as 'Southhaw', and may have pre-dated the settlement at Chipping Barnet. Certainly, Barnet manorial court was held here in the 13th century. Nobody is sure what the 'Ark', part of Arkley means but the 'ley' means a "clearing of some sort". Its earliest appearance is about 1330. By the 16th century, these woods had been cleared, and the subsequent clearing formed common.

Important buildings in the area include St Peter's Church, designed by George Beckett. Built in 1840 at a cost of £5,000, it contains the monument of its benefactor, Enoch Durant (died 1848), and a bell cast by Thomas Mears.

St Peter's can be found opposite the War Memorial on Barnet Road in Arkley.

Arkley, as an ecclesiastical district was established in the same year, and as a separate ecclesiastical parish in 1905. Arkley Windmill was in use by 1806. It is marked as 'corn' windmill on the Ordnance Survey of the 1860s . From photographs, it appears to have had only two of its original sails by the 1890s, by which time it may have been powered by steam. It ceased to be a functioning mill during World War I, and was restored in 1930, but not as a working mill. The Gate Inn retains some of its original features. Until the early 1960s a large tree grew up from the floor of the pub and out through the roof.


LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Arkley:   Arkley is located north-west of London, and at 482 ft above sea level is one of the highest points.
Bells Hill Burial Ground:   Bells Hill Burial Ground is a 3.3 hectare cemetery.


PHOTOS OF THE AREA
High Street Barnet:   This photo is of the parade opposite the Monk public house in Barnet. Probably circa 1900.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
, EN5 · Abbotts Road, EN5 · Adrian Close, EN5 · Aitken Road, EN5 · Alan Drive, EN5 · Alston Road, EN5 · Alston Works, EN5 · Althorp Close, EN5 · Althorp Close, NW7 · Archer Close, EN5 · Argan Close, EN5 · Argyle Road, EN5 · Arkley Drive, EN5 · Arkley Lane, EN5 · Arkley View, EN5 · Artesian Grove, EN5 · Baker Street, EN5 · Bakers Hill, EN5 · Barnet By-Pass, EN5 · Barnet Bypass, EN5 · Barnet Bypass, WD6 · Barnet Gate Lane, EN5 · Barnet Hill, EN5 · Barnet Lane, EN5 · Barnet Road, EN5 · Barnet Trading Estate, EN5 · Bath Place, EN5 · Beaumont Place, EN5 · Bedford Avenue, EN5 · Bells Hill, EN5 · Bentley Heath Lane, EN5 · Bentley Way, EN5 · Bignell’s Corner, EN5 · Bishops Close, EN5 · Blanche Lane, EN5 · Blenheim Road, EN5 · Boardman Close, EN5 · Boelyn Way, EN5 · Boleyn Way, EN5 · Bosworth Road, EN5 · Brent Place, EN5 · Brett Road, EN5 · Brickfield Lane, EN5 · Brook Place, EN5 · Brookside Close, EN5 · Bryant Close, EN5 · Bulwer Gardens, EN5 · Bulwer Road, EN5 · Burnside Close, EN5 · Byng Road, EN5 · Calvert Road, EN5 · Carnarvon Road, EN5 · Carrington Close, EN5 · Cattley Close, EN5 · Cavendish Road, EN5 · Cecil Court, EN5 · Cedar Lawn Avenue, EN5 · Chantry Close, EN5 · Chantry Close, NW7 · Chartridge Close, EN5 · Chenies Place, EN5 · Chesterfield Road, EN5 · Christ Church Lane, EN5 · Clifford Road, EN5 · Connaught Road, EN5 · Convent Close, EN5 · Crocus Field, EN5 · Cromer Road, EN5 · Dancers Hill Road, EN5 · Dancers Lane, EN5 · Darlands Drive, EN5 · Denton Close, EN5 · Dingle Close, EN5 · Dollis Brook Walk, EN5 · Dollis Valley Drive, EN5 · Dollis Valley Greenwalk, EN5 · Dollis Valley Way, EN5 · Dormer Close, EN5 · Duncan Close, EN5 · Dyrham Lane, EN5 · East View, EN5 · Eastham Close, EN5 · Eleanor Gardens, EN5 · Elizabeth Close, EN5 · Ellesmere Grove, EN5 · Elm Road, EN5 · Elmbank Avenue, EN5 · Elton Avenue, EN5 · Elwood Close, EN5 · Endersby Road, EN5 · Escot Way, EN5 · Estates Yard, EN5 · Fairfield Way, EN5 · Falkland Road, EN5 · Farm Close, EN5 · Field End, EN5 · Finch Close, EN5 · Fitzjohn Avenue, EN5 · Flower Gate Cottage, EN5 · Galdana Avenue, EN5 · Galley Lane, EN5 · Garden Close, EN5 · Garthland Drive, EN5 · Gladsmuir Road, EN5 · Gladstone Place, EN5 · Glebe Lane, EN5 · Gordon Way, EN5 · Granville Road, EN5 · Grasvenor Avenue, EN5 · Great North Road, EN5 · Greenacre Close, EN5 · Greenland Road, EN5 · Grimsdyke Crescent, EN5 · Hackforth Close, EN5 · Hadley Common, EN5 · Hadley Green Road, EN5 · Hadley Green West, EN5 · Hadley Grove, EN5 · Hadley Highstone, EN5 · Hadley Ridge, EN5 · Hadley Road, EN5 · Hadley Wood Road, EN5 · Hammond Close, EN5 · Hardy Close, EN5 · Hastings Close, EN5 · Hazel Mead, EN5 · Hedgerow Lane, EN5 · Hendon Wood Lane, EN5 · Hexham Road, EN5 · High Street, EN5 · Highlands Road, EN5 · Hillary Rise, EN5 · Hillside Gardens, EN5 · Hillside, EN5 · Holmshill Lane, EN5 · Howard Way, EN5 · Hyde Close, EN5 · Jarvis Close, EN5 · Jennings Way, EN5 · Julian Close, EN5 · Juniper Close, EN5 · Kates Close, EN5 · Kenerne Drive, EN5 · Kerri Close, EN5 · King Edward Road, EN5 · Kings Road, EN5 · Kingsmead, EN5 · Kitt’s End Road, EN5 · Knebworth Close, EN5 · Langley Row, EN5 · Latimer Road, EN5 · Lee Close, EN5 · Leecroft Road, EN5 · Leeside, EN5 · Leicester Road, EN5 · Lexington Way, EN5 · Lingholm Way, EN5 · London Loop, EN5 · London Loop, N20 · London Loop, NW7 · London Orbital Motorway, EN6 · Lucan Road, EN5 · Lynford Close, EN5 · Lytton Road, EN4 · Lytton Road, EN5 · M25 J23, EN5 · M25, EN6 · Manor Close, EN5 · Manor Road, EN5 · Manorside, EN5 · Marriott Road, EN5 · Martins Mount, EN5 · May’s Lane, EN5 · Mayhill Road, EN5 · Mays Lane, EN5 · Meadow Close, EN5 · Meadowbanks, EN5 · Meadway Close, EN5 · Meadway, EN5 · Mill Bridge, EN5 · Mill Corner, EN5 · Milton Avenue, EN5 · Mineral Close, EN5 · Moxon Street, EN5 · Newlands Place, EN5 · Newlyn Road, EN5 · Niton Close, EN5 · Norfolk Road, EN5 · Normandy Avenue, EN5 · North Close, EN5 · Northbrook Road, EN5 · Northern Service Road, EN5 · Nupton Drive, EN5 · Nursery Row, EN5 · Oaklands Lane, EN5 · Old Fold Close, EN5 · Old Fold Lane, EN5 · Old Fold View, EN5 · Orchard Road, EN5 · Paddock Lane, EN5 · Paddock Lane, WD6 · Palmer Gardens, EN5 · Park Road, EN5 · Partridge Close, EN5 · Pepys Crescent, EN5 · Pinecroft Crescent, EN5 · Plantagenet Road, EN5 · Potter Bar By-Pass, EN5 · Potter Bar Bypass, EN5 · Potter’s Lane, EN5 · Potter’s Road, EN5 · Potters Bar Bypass, EN5 · Potters Lane, EN5 · Priory Grove, EN5 · Prospect Road, EN5 · Puller Road, EN5 · Queens Road, EN5 · Quinta Drive, EN5 · Raebarn Gardens, EN5 · Ravenscroft Cottages, EN5 · Ravenscroft Park, EN5 · Ravenscroft Road, EN5 · Regina Close, EN5 · Ridgeview Close, EN5 · Rockways, EN5 · Rossiter Fields, EN5 · Rowley Green Road, EN5 · Rowley Lane, EN5 · Ryecroft Crescent, EN5 · Saddlers Close, EN5 · Saffron Green, EN5 · Salisbury Road, EN5 · Scholars Close, EN5 · Sebright Road, EN5 · Sellwood Drive, EN5 · Shaftesbury Avenue, EN5 · Shelford Road, EN5 · Sherrards Way, EN5 · Snowberry Close, EN5 · South Close, EN5 · Southfield, EN5 · Spring Close, EN5 · St Albans Road, EN5 · St Albans Road, EN6 · St Anna Road, EN5 · St Peters Close, EN5 · St. Stephens Road, EN5 · Stanhope Road, EN5 · Stapylton Road, EN5 · Sunset View, EN5 · Sutherland Close, EN5 · Sutton Crescent, EN5 · Sydney Chapman Way, EN5 · Taylor’s Lane, EN5 · The Avenue, EN5 · The Crescent, EN5 · The Croft, EN5 · The Drive, EN5 · The Linkway, EN5 · The Ridge, EN5 · The Spinney, EN5 · Thornton Road, EN5 · Todhunter Terrace, EN5 · Trinder Road, EN5 · Trotters Bottom, EN5 · Tudor Road, EN5 · Vale Drive, EN5 · Valley View, EN5 · Victoria Lane, EN5 · Victors Way, EN5 · Vincent Close, EN5 · Vyse Close, EN5 · Wagon Lane, EN5 · Wagon Road, EN5 · Walfield Avenue, EN5 · Warwick Gardens, EN5 · Warwick Road, EN5 · Wash Lane, EN5 · Well Approach, EN5 · Well Road, EN5 · Wellhouse Lane, EN5 · Wellside Close, EN5 · Wentworth Road, EN5 · West Close, EN5 · West End Lane, EN5 · Westcombe Drive, EN5 · Western Parade, EN5 · Western Way, EN5 · White House Road, EN5 · Whitings Road, EN5 · Willowbay Close, EN5 · Windmill Lane, EN5 · Windsor Road, EN5 · Winifred Close, EN5 · Winifred Close, NW7 · Wood Street, EN5 · Woodfall Avenue, EN5 · Woodville Road, EN5 · Wrotham Business Park, EN5 · Wrotham Park, EN5 · Wrotham Road, EN5 · Wyburn Avenue, EN5 · Wylo Drive, EN5 ·


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