In Search of Sussex – In Which I Arrive at Edburton

I have been following Arthur Stanley Cooke, the author of Off The Beaten Track, written 100 years ago as he tramps over Sussex. In this four part mini-series, I finally arrive at the tiny downland village of Edburton and end up at St Andrew’s Church. On my route I pass an old manor house, a Norman Castle and a four-story timber-framed house.
Note: My mistake: The Rape of Bramber was separated out of the neighbouring rapes of Arundel and Lewes and entrusted to one of his knights, William de Braose, 1st Lord of Bramber.
You can download the text from the book and follow my journey: https://archive.org/details/offbeatentrackin00cookuoft/page/xiv/mode/2up

Videos mentioned in the episode are

Fulking Village: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXrLADL4_2c&t=152s
Edburton Castle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzMd9w3OMzM


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