Waste Disposal Hascombe
Few little facts about Hascombe
Hascombe is a village in Surrey. Hascombe is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Winkworth Arboretum, with its collection of rare trees and shrubs, is nearby. It contains a cluster of cottages and country estates, St Peter's church and the village green.Hascombe's natural fresh-water spring attracts many visitors: the fountain itself was commissioned in 1887 by local landowner Edward Lee Rowcliffe as a memorial to his late brother. It was during a stay at Hoe Farm in 1915 that statesman and future Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill learned to paint.
At 644 feet (196 m), Hascombe Hill is among the highest points in Surrey. In the 1st century BC it was the site of an Iron Age fort. In the early 19th century it became an important naval telegraph station, using a mechanical form of semaphore to communicate with Netley Heath in Surrey on one side and Blackdown in Sussex on the other.
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