The formal unveiling of a plaque and information board on Lodge Hills, Wormingford took place on Thursday 16th May 2013, followed by lunch at the nearby Crown Public House.
This concludes and commemorates CAG’s work on the site of the Tudor Hunting Lodge, Well, associated buildings and nearby brick kiln.
CAG were involved in a project at Wormingford for several years and the findings are available in this booklet written by Howard Brooks, Andrew White & Francis Nicholls.
The discovery by ferreters of a foundation of Tudor brickwork while clearing rabbits out of a hedge line led to the exciting discovery of the site of a lost hunting lodge. The structure turned out to be part of the hunting tower and complex of buildings owned by the Waldegrave estate based at Smallbridge Hall on the opposite bank of the River Stour in Suffolk.
The booklet contains a summary of the historical research and a summary of the more interesting finds.
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