This morning I have taken a trip to North Lancing in West Sussex to have a look at the ancient church there, St James the Less, and some of the village’s older properties probably date back to Elizabethan times. North Lancing is at the foot of the South Downs and separate from South Lancing which […]
I am reading ‘Narrow Boat’ by LTC Rolt during the Covid lockdown at 9.30am each morning live on the Youtube channel, but you can catch up after the event. In this episode, I am reading Chapter One and Two. Thanks for support the Bald Explorer.
The other day I was up on the South Downs near to Sompting in West Sussex. I had dressed up in my wet weather gear because on the day I was filming it was due to rain. Luckily it didn’t. This episode is a continuation on my walk in which I think about the past […]
Another bright sunny day in West Sussex. I am in Lancing, exploring the beach and town centre. Once again I have taken to my bicycle to get about and see some of the sights. There are two halves to Lancing, the southern half and the northern one. I am in the south today looking at […]
Today I take a short stroll across the open farmland from Ferring in West Sussex to the private estate in the west at Kingston Gorse to get down to the coast. I pass through a lovely old fashion farm with film and brick buildings that immediately takes me back to a former time. I hope […]
Today I have cycled to Ferring, an ancient village that dates back to the Saxon period. A farming community close to the sea with some wonderful houses old flint buildings. The site of the village is an ancient one: the name itself is Saxon; it is mentioned in the Domesday Book; the parish church is […]