Bridge between Murhill and Avoncliff
Church gate with unusual light Sandstone entrance gateway to St Bartholomew Church.
|Title||Strawberry fields forever Poly-tunnels are a source of much controversy among rural inhabitants of Herefordshire.|
|Photo's author||Roger Cornfoot User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||24 Mar 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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Strawberry fields forever Poly-tunnels are a source of much controversy among rural inhabitants of Herefordshire.
Poly Tunnels, Handmore Cross
Poly-tunnels, near Staunton-on-Wye. Now a prominent feature of the Herefordshire landscape. Used to protect early fruit crops - in this case, strawberries.
Fishing pool, Handmore Cross Just visible in this picture is the fishing pool at Handmore Cross, Staunton on Wye. The pool is probably a recent creation as it is not yet on the OS map.
Crop tunnels near Hackford Farm, Staunton on Wye
Mixed arable and horticultural land
Mixed arable and horticultural land Beyond the wheat is open-ground strawberries, with uncovered tunnels beyond that. Tin Hill Wood is to the left in this view from Scar Lane.
Farmland near Monnington
Line of a footpath Looking north-west from Scar Lane with Tin Hill Wood to the right.
Line of a footpath
Bridleway through Tin Hill Wood The track heads north, uphill, to the main A438 at Red Ley.