Town greens and village greens1 could be created2 under a local enactment and such greens are now known as class (a) greens3. Many were established under specific Inclosure Acts before 18454. Under the Inclosure Act 1845 they were expressly excepted from inclosure5, but the Inclosure Commissioners6 were empowered, if they thought fit, to direct that any town green or village green in the parish in which an inclosure was being made should be allotted7 and awarded for purposes of exercise and recreation8; and any such green might be so allotted in addition to other land which might be allotted
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