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During WW2 there was an Army camp situated along The Causeway, very little remains but there are some bits left in the brambles, also Heckfield was on a defensive line call GHQ A which ran from here to Ewshot. As you walk along the Whitewater, many pillboxes can be found. A good example is seen in Phoenix Green opposite the The Pheonix pub.



Army Camp WW2 Army Camp WW2
Anti Invasion - see Home Guard in Phillips Patch Anti Invasion - see Home Guard in Phillips Patch
1946 Stratfield Saye park 1946 Stratfield Saye park