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Ashdown Forest Local Attractions

 Ashdown Forest Attractions
The area is one of heath land and many woods, providing a wide variety of habitats for the many varieties of wildlife, and a great number of footpaths and walks for visitors. Towards the Tunbridge Wells boundary there are a number of sandstone outcrops near Eridge and Groombridge , the most noticable are the High Rocks , which are open to visitors and climbers alike.
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Bluebell Railway
All aboard for an unforgettable days out. Welcome to the Bluebell, a heritage Steam Railway running through glorious Sussex countryside.
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Lavender Line Steam Railway
The Lavender Line runs for a 2 mile round trip through the beautiful Sussex Countryside between the village of Isfield and the Parish of Little Horsted . Come and enjoy the sights and sounds of a steam railway whilst travelling through the picturesque Wealden countryside.
Isfield  Wet & Dry

The Village of Mayfield
Like many places in the area, Mayfield prospered at the height of the Wealden iron industry , and much of its finest architecture dates from that time. "Middle House", in the High Street is a splendid oak beamed Tudor Inn. The date 1575 is carved into the barge boards.
Mayfield  Wet & Dry


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