Sewer stacks - a real whiff of Honiton heritage
Non-designated assets listed.
Sewer ventilation stacks, public seats and mill leats could form part of a list charting Honiton’s non-designated heritage assets.
Honiton Town Council is compiling the list and says is could go on to form part of a neighbourhood plan.
Although only at the discussion stage, councillors have started a list - to prompt discussion.
The list reveals that Honiton boasts public seats dating back to the 1860s and ancient milestones.
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Town streams, including Holyshute Spring, Glen Water and Hale Water, feature on the list, along with two Victorian water gardens and ponds at Battishorne.
Once the draft list is approved by town councillors it will be submitted to East Devon District Council.
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