Woodrow Farm


SP 05222 64869

 Lineholt Close, Redditch, B98 7YT

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Pre-New Town Location

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Ian Hayes

 Ian Hayes


Birmingham Gazette – Monday 9th February 1852

Woodrow Farm , Ipsley – Live and Dead Farming Stock – To be Sold by Auction

The Bromsgrove, Droitwich and Redditch Messenger – Saturday 9th September 1916

Sale on Friday, October 6th, 1916 – Woodrow Farm Ipsley – Valuable Live and Dead Farm Stock

The Bromsgrove, Droitwich and Redditch Messenger – Saturday 30th September 1916

Sale at Woodrow Farm, Ipsley – Farm Stock – To Sell by Auction

Birmingham Daily Post – Saturday 11th May 1918

For Sale The Ipsley Estate  comprising of Arrodale Farm, The Lodge Farm, Greenlands Farm, Oakenshaw Farm, Woodrow Farm and Crabtree Farm – To Sell by Auction

Oakenshaw South was built in the 1980s on land once belonging to Woodrow Farm, the particularly long pathway dividing Oakenshaw South is in fact the old lane linking the Slough to Woodrow Farm and then onto Studley Road. The Bridleway adjacent to Yarr Mill Close was the first stretch of the lane off the Slough, the pathway opposite carries on until the bend, where the lane was lifted to build Stoneleigh Close. The lane continues south towards Woodrow Drive, then rises to a pathed platform which was once the Redditch to Evesham Railway line. Woodrow Farm was located just before the rise and bend of the path, on the left looking towards the Rough Hill drive Round-a-bout. The old lane continued through what is now Bushley Close, Woodrow North to the Studley Road junction at Woodrow Centre.

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