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Surprised this one didn't make it into the monthly unblogged round up!
Looks pretty though.
I've somehow managed to not walk through there before.

For anyone in Hayes I can highly recommend the Real Ale Way micropub opposite the station.
The Knoll is also the area between the station and the High Street in Orpington... ;-)

Maybe there are more?
I've not been to the Knoll, but I did try to go to the Gnoll. It's in Neath. All that seemed to be there was an abandoned stone archway - but looking on line just now, there seems to be a huge park as well, which I managed to miss. How a Gnoll differs from a Knoll I can only surmise.
Is the Knoll in Orpington as grassy as the Hayes one?

dg writes: no.
While you were in LB Bromley, you could have popped to The Knoll in Beckenham too. It’s an unadopted gravel road with a fine collection of Victorian, modernist and newer housing. The residents made the local newspaper a decade or so ago when they paid to fill the potholes because the landowner wouldn’t. Ok, so not really worthy of a post. I’ll stick with yours.
St Mary's churchyard next to The Knoll has the grave of John Panis who was brought to the UK from North America in 1763 as a slave and died shortly after arrival at only 9 years old. I happened to visit last year on the 259th anniversary of his death.

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