Rabbits and the Coneygree

David Gould points out that the Coneygree preserves a previously unrecorded pillow mound and a surviving warren boundary wall.  ‘More importantly, it is a relatively rare example of a warren that served as an ostentatious display of wealth.  In effect, it is as integral to Sir Baptist Hicks’ estate as his more celebrated mansion and gardens.’

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