Millen Hills [50, 17]
The paving of Alaway Place was commissioned in 1946, after bombs had reduced the warehouse that had been on the site to rubble during World War II.
In 1968, a hippie protester used the square and the neighbouring library to protest the war. Witnesses reported that the man was "slightly deranged" and "apparently didn't know what war he was protesting exactly." The bimonthly members' booklet of Rounsefell Library often reported on his exploits throughout 1968, but his fate is unknown, as the last known report dates back to the Christmas edition of the Rounsefell Readers.