Nynehead Hollow

A road runs between two roughly hewn walls of red stone, moss and ivy grow down them
Nynehead Hollow View
Initials carved into roughly hewn stone
Nynehead Hollow Carvings

The Nynehead Hollow is one of the most memorable landmarks in the village. A road that has been roughly carved through solid rock, with high walls and trees growing above. It is believed that the “Hollow” was dug out by the Sandford family in the hope of making Nynehead Court quicker to get to from the servant houses which were situated in East Nynehead.

If you look carefully, you can see that over the years many residents or those passing through have carved their initials into the surface of the walls.

A road runs through the high, red, rocky walls of Nynehead Hollow.