Norstead Place cattle trough – the end of the story

For those of you that remember there was a cattle trough at the intersection of Roehampton Lane an Norstead Place which The Putney Society (TPS) was trying to have locally listed. Sadly, during this process it disappeared. Well, it has recently been highlighted in a National Trust article kindly title ‘New water feature for humans and their four legged friends at Leith Hill Tower’.

The Roehampton mention is within the following text “The Drinking Fountain Association identified a fountain and trough suitable for use by both people and animals and arranged for it to be restored and transported from its previous location in Roehampton”.

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