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Villangers Wood

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Villangers Wood was a timber plantation at Combley on the Isle of Wight Estates.

Arthur Arnold wrote in 1928: 'A wood on the Estate is called Villangers and was probably attached or part of the Manor of Combley which was on the Estate and I have always understood went with the Manor of Binstead. Parts of this wood were cultivated in comparatively recent times, I think about 1800.'[1]

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  1. Remarks by Arthur Arnold concerning Binstead Foreshore and other historical matters, 1928
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