Park by Moor Hall, Wixford
The possible site of a park and rabbit warren dating to the Post Medieval period. It is known from documentary evidence and the presence of a large fishpond. It is situated north of Broom.
1 An 18th century map shows field names and features, including a fishpond, suggestive of a warren at Moor Hall. The easternmost part of the area is shown as an unenclosed furlong named Coney Geer in the mid 18th century.
2 Illustrative map for 1.