In the inmost recesses of this coppice
, not far from the eastern or more remote end of the island, Legrand had built himself a small hut, which he occupied when I first, by mere accident, made his acquaintance.
New flowers may come out, the green embroidery of the hedges increase, but the same heaven broods overhead, soft, thick, and blue, the same figures, seen and unseen, are wandering by coppice
John's Road; struck down the small street which terminates at Sadler's Wells Theatre; through Exmouth Street and Coppice
Row; down the little court by the side of the workhouse; across the classic ground which once bore the name of Hockley-in-the-Hole; thence into Little Saffron Hill; and so into Saffron Hill the Great: along which the Dodger scudded at a rapid pace, directing Oliver to follow close at his heels.
WILDLIFE: Mediaeval sheep grazing and arable farming eroded the woodlands, but today a central hedge acts as a wildlife corridor between the two coppices