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1066 Country Walk
The 1066 Country Walk starts at Pevensey and meanders around the Battle area to finish up at Rye , if you enjoy walking take a look at the route and choose any area, as all are very attractive and provide easy to hard walking.
Pevensey Herstmonceux Boreham Street Warbleton Battle Westfield Icklesham Winchelsea Rye  Dry
Battle Abbey

Battle Abbey site of the Battle of Hastings in 1066AD
Come to the heart of 1066 country and see this fantastic building which was started in 1070 to commemorate the win by King William of Normandy over the Saxon King Harold on Senlac Field , the location of the Battle of Hastings .
Battle  Dry
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Battle Museum
Set within a beautiful walled Elizabethan styled garden is this independant museum displaying some of Battle's rich history. After the Battle of Hastings and William I, iron workers, farmers, tanners, gunpowder manufacturers and clockmakers all made Battle their home.

The oldest Guy in the world is housed in the museum while it waits to be presented to the public on November 5th every year.
Battle  Wet & Dry
Buckleys Museum of Shops

Buckleys Yesterdays World
Enjoy strolling round the many Victorian and Edwardian displays, such as chemists, grocers, sweet shop, kitchen, as well as a 1930's country railway station, wireless shop, photographer's studio and many more ...
Battle  Wet & Dry

Mad Jack Fullers Follies
John Fuller of Brightling owned the mansion adjoining the Church and the Brightling Estate. The Family became famous for its iron furnace at Heathfield which produced guns and cannons for the navy, and the forge at Burwash Weald which produced a wide range of implements for agriculture and family use.
Brightling  Dry

Pevensey Castle
Pevensey Castle is a great family day out in East Sussex, encompassing rich history and fun things to do and see for adults and children. With a history stretching back over 16 centuries, Pevensey Castle chronicles more graphically than any other fortress the story of Britain's south coast defences.
Pevensey  Dry

Sussex Farm Museum
The museum houses a collection of antique and vintage farm tools, implements, barn and field machinery, carts, waggons, trade and private horse-drawn vehicles and equipment associated with them. It tells of a Sussex countryside in an age when farming was labour intensive depending on ox, horse and oil for motive power. The collection numbers over 4000 items, of which more than 2000 are on display at any time.
Horam  Dry

The Cuckoo Trail
The Cuckoo Trail takes its name from the light railway, the Cuckoo Line , which was closed in the early 1960's. The line ran from Eridge to Polegate, through Heathfield , where by tradition, the first Cuckoo of spring was released at the annual Heffle fair.
Heathfield Horam Hellingly Hailsham Polegate  Wet & Dry
The Windmill at Windmill Hill

The Windmill at Windmill Hill
The mill is the second tallest post mill in England and had the only sweep govenor in the country fitted about 1876, which was patented by the mill owner at the time Charles Hammond who with his brother were linked with the Jack and Jill Mills at Clayton in Sussex .
Windmill Hill  Wet & Dry


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