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Two Sussex Churches

I meet up with Martin Snow, church building enthusiast, to explore two of Sussex finest Saxon/Norman churches: St Botolph’s and Coombes, both between Shoreham and Steyning in West Sussex.

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Bramber Castle and its History

Bramber Castle is situated at the west of the tiny village of Bramber, near Steyning in West Sussex. Built by William De Braose around 1171, it was the administrative centre for the rape of Bramber. I walk around the remains of the bailey and climb the motte, and later plunge into the defensive ditch that […]

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Halnaker Windmill and WW2 Observation Post

I take a visit to the iconic windmill at the top of Halnaker Hill. A grade Two listed building that is currently under going restoration. I also have a look at the WW2 Observation Post and ponder about the sights the gallant men manning must have witnessed during the Battle of Britain.

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Boxgrove Priory in West Sussex

Today I have a walk around the ruins of Boxgrove Priory’ lodging house. The main church has been restored now and looks magnificent inside. I have a poke around there too. The monastery was far larger in its day, but after the dissolution of the monasteries priory fell into ruin.

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Neolithic Flint Mines at Cissbury Ring

I am out again with the Osmo DJI camera filming another POV walk. Sit back and let me take the strain as I climb the steep hills at Cissbury, near Worthing, West Sussex as I search for the neolithic flint mines and the wild horses that graze there.

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An Atmospheric Stroll Around Worthing Pier

Take a quiet early morning stroll with me along Worthing’s fabulous pier. Worthing is on the south coast in West Sussex, England. The is one of many that jut out into the seas around England, popular with visitors.

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