Halford Ford and Holloway near Queen Street, Halford

Description of this historic site

The site of a Medieval ford, from which Halford takes its name. A hollow way runs down towards the ford, which is located 200m north west of the church.

Notes about this historic site

1 The ford from which Halford took its name is to be found downstream from Halford Bridge (WA 2286) and to the north west of the motte and bailey castle (WA 2287) which defended it. The streets of the village converge towards a hollow way which runs down to the ford close to the northern boundary of the grounds of the old manor house (WA 2285).

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