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The Wealdway long distance footpath

Images taken by me as I walk along the Wealdway Long Distance Footpath.
Anyone investigating the route of The Wealdway,will immediately discover that for some inexplicable reason,those who came up with the route,start it at the riverside in Gravesend.Why? I ask you as this,due to population expansion,means having to walk through the streets of Gravesend and alongside a dual carriageway to escape the clutches of the town.Far better to start/terminate at the south-east corner of the A2/A227,by the motel.As from that point,there is open countryside.Or,as I've done,from the new footbridge over the High Speed Raillink.
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A  brave  new  world.
A brave new world.
The  new  high  speed  rail  link.
The new high speed rail link.
View  south  from  the  bridge  embankment.
View south from the bridge embankment.
The  road  to  Ifield  Court.
The road to Ifield Court.
Oasthouses  in  the  mist.
Oasthouses in the mist.
C 15th century Ifield  Court, in  the  shade  of  a  tree.
C 15th century Ifield Court, in the shade of a tree.
C 15th century Ifield  Court, in  the  shade  of  a  tree.
C 15th century Ifield Court, in the shade of a tree.
Blue  skies  over  north  Kent.
Blue skies over north Kent.
The  path  follows  the  edge  of  the  trees  up  to  Nash Street  cottages.
The path follows the edge of the trees up to Nash Street cottages.
Looking  north  with  Nash  Street  cottages  behind  me.
Looking north with Nash Street cottages behind me.
Pretty  row  of  cottages.
Pretty row of cottages.
Autumn  colours  on  the  bridleway.
Autumn colours on the bridleway.
Bright  red  berries  growing  in  the  trees.
Bright red berries growing in the trees.
Shadows  fall  on  fallen  leaves.
Shadows fall on fallen leaves.
The  bridlepath  emerges  onto  Copt Hall  Road
The bridlepath emerges onto Copt Hall Road
Lunaria  Annua  commonly  known  as  Money  plant.
Lunaria Annua commonly known as Money plant.
St. Mary's Room, Sole Street.
St. Mary's Room, Sole Street.
The Little Shop
The Little Shop
Sole  Street  railway  station
Sole Street railway station
The  Railway  Inn
The Railway Inn
Garden  entrance
Garden entrance
A  twisty  country  track.
A twisty country track.
The  path  then  enters  a  small  wood.
The path then enters a small wood.
A  misty  panorama.
A misty panorama.
What  the ....It's  ok, the  path  contours, phew!
What the ....It's ok, the path contours, phew!
You  remember  you  said  it  contoured, well................
You remember you said it contoured, well................
Luddesdown  and  beyond.
Luddesdown and beyond.
Luddesdown  Village  Hall  in  morning  mist.
Luddesdown Village Hall in morning mist.
Rural  Kent.
Rural Kent.
Arriving  at  Oakendon  Road, Luddesdown
Arriving at Oakendon Road, Luddesdown
Henley  Down  from  Luddesdown.
Henley Down from Luddesdown.
The  Wealdway  arrives  in  Luddesdown
The Wealdway arrives in Luddesdown
Grade  I  Listed  Buiding, Luddesdown   Court  and  church.
Grade I Listed Buiding, Luddesdown Court and church.
A  picturesque  garden  shed, in  Court Lodge  garden.
A picturesque garden shed, in Court Lodge garden.
The  Wealdway  departing  Luddesdown
The Wealdway departing Luddesdown
The  Wealdway  on  Rid  Ridge.
The Wealdway on Rid Ridge.
The  Wealdway  stile  on  Rid  Ridge.
The Wealdway stile on Rid Ridge.
Red  berries  in  the  hedgerow.
Red berries in the hedgerow.
The  path  across  the  Bowling  Alley.
The path across the "Bowling Alley."
Luddesdown  Parish  Noticeboard
Luddesdown Parish Noticeboard
Great Buckland Farm
Great Buckland Farm
Just  off  of  Lockyers  Hill.
Just off of Lockyers Hill.
Luxon  Wood
Luxon Wood
Autumn  colours  in  Lie  Wood.
Autumn colours in Lie Wood.
An  old  barn
An old barn
Wealdway  stile  by  Poundgate  Fencing
Wealdway stile by Poundgate Fencing
Wealdway  path  in  Whitehorse  Wood / 1
Wealdway path in Whitehorse Wood / 1
Whitehorse Wood / 2
Whitehorse Wood / 2
Wealdway  path  in  Whitehorse  Wood / 3
Wealdway path in Whitehorse Wood / 3
Wealdway  path  in  Whitehorse  Wood / 4
Wealdway path in Whitehorse Wood / 4
Looking  south  east  towards  Folkstone.
Looking south east towards Folkstone.
Steps  up  to  the  Coldrum  Long  Barrow.(NT)
Steps up to the Coldrum Long Barrow.(NT)
Coldrum  Long  Barrow (NT)
Coldrum Long Barrow (NT)
The  Wish Tree  over  the  Coldrum Stones
The Wish Tree over the Coldrum Stones
Coldrum  stones (NT)
Coldrum stones (NT)
The  Wealdway  LDP  in  Ryarsh  Wood.
The Wealdway LDP in Ryarsh Wood.
Ryarsh  Sand  Quarry.
Ryarsh Sand Quarry.
The  Wealdway  footpath  alongside  the  M20.
The Wealdway footpath alongside the M20.
Max  and  Lady,  rest  during  the  ascent.
Max and Lady, rest during the ascent.
Max  and  Eddy  away  exploring.
Max and Eddy away exploring.
Westfields  Farmhouse
Westfields Farmhouse
To  the  untrained  eye : a  wood.
To the untrained eye : a wood.
A  pleasant  view.
A pleasant view.
Lady, coming  back, as  called.
Lady, coming back, as called.
In  the  shade.
In the shade.
C 16th century  Grade II  Listed  Ford  Place.
C 16th century Grade II Listed Ford Place.
Descent  into  the  dry  valley.
Descent into the dry valley.
The  squeeze  stile.
The squeeze stile.
C 16th century  Grade II  Listed  Ford  Place.
C 16th century Grade II Listed Ford Place.
An  awkward  tree  to  pass.
An awkward tree to pass.
Why  does  Flash  Gordon  never  get  a  mention ? LOL.
Why does Flash Gordon never get a mention ? LOL.
Ah! those  were  the  days.
Ah! those were the days.
The  Wealdway  LDP  passes  along  this  lane  and  through  tunnel.
The Wealdway LDP passes along this lane and through tunnel.
Seen  better  days.
Seen better days.
Wealdway  contained  within  paling  avenue.
Wealdway contained within paling avenue.
Stile  at  the  southern  end  of the  paling  avenue.
Stile at the southern end of the paling avenue.
1930's  style  house  through  the  undergrowth.
1930's style house through the undergrowth.
A  pretty  cottage.
A pretty cottage.
A  lovely  rural  view.
A lovely rural view.
At  last,  back  on  a  path.
At last, back on a path.
Eddie  enjoying  his  freedom.
Eddie enjoying his freedom.
Bright  sunlight  and  shadows.
Bright sunlight and shadows.
Imagine  that,an  old  Essex  Reg. Number  in  a  wood  in  Kent.
Imagine that,an old Essex Reg. Number in a wood in Kent.
The  end  is  nigh
The end is nigh
The  descent  from  Rat's  Castle
The descent from Rat's Castle
The descent to Gover  Hill crossroads.
The descent to Gover Hill crossroads.
The  View.
The View.
A  rural  orchard.
A rural orchard.
Farmtrack  leading  around  an  orchard.
Farmtrack leading around an orchard.
On  a   farmtrack  in  rural  splendour.
On a farmtrack in rural splendour.
Rural  cottage  reflected  in  pond.
Rural cottage reflected in pond.
St. Dunstan's  Church,
St. Dunstan's Church,
A  fine  way  to  while  away  an  afternoon.
A fine way to while away an afternoon.
St. Dunstan's  Parish  Church
St. Dunstan's Parish Church
The  Swan  pub.
The Swan pub.
A  great  way  to  while  away  an  afternoon.
A great way to while away an afternoon.
Early  sunlight  on  a  house, near  Dukes  Place.
Early sunlight on a house, near Dukes Place.
Grannies  Bonnets ?
Grannies Bonnets ?
Lost  in  space !
Lost in space !
Red  poppies  by  a  Wealdway  Marker  Post.
Red poppies by a Wealdway Marker Post.
Lady, my  Border  Collie, approaching  Peckham  Place.
Lady, my Border Collie, approaching Peckham Place.
Old  oasthouse  and  barns  reflected  in  a  puddle.
Old oasthouse and barns reflected in a puddle.
Kent  House  Oast  East, visible  in  the  distance.
Kent House Oast East, visible in the distance.
Wealdway  approaching  Kent  House  Farm
Wealdway approaching Kent House Farm
Kent  House  Oast  East
Kent House Oast East
Concrete  toadstools  and  a  guide  rope, mark  the  Way.
Concrete toadstools and a guide rope, mark the Way.
An  ox-eye daisy  brightens  the  Way.
An ox-eye daisy brightens the Way.
Bridge  over  the  River  Bourne, near  Barnes  Street.
Bridge over the River Bourne, near Barnes Street.
Wealdway  LDP  coming  into  Barnes  Street.
Wealdway LDP coming into Barnes Street.
Buildings  in  Barnes  Street.
Buildings in Barnes Street.
Reflections  in  Barnes  Street.
Reflections in Barnes Street.
Stile  at  Barnes  Street, towards  the  river.
Stile at Barnes Street, towards the river.
Approaching the bridge over The Medway.
Approaching the bridge over The Medway.
East  Lock  reflecting  in  the  river.
East Lock reflecting in the river.
Boat  moored , seen  through  a  dog  rose  bush.
Boat moored , seen through a dog rose bush.
footbridge  over  East  Lock.
footbridge over East Lock.
WW2  Pill  box  at  East  Lock ,north  side.
WW2 Pill box at East Lock ,north side.
Dandelions  infront  of  pill  box.
Dandelions infront of pill box.
Dandelions  infront  of  a  WW2  Pillbox.
Dandelions infront of a WW2 Pillbox.
River  Medway  approaching  Tonbridge.
River Medway approaching Tonbridge.
The  Wealdway  path  alongside  the  River  Medway.
The Wealdway path alongside the River Medway.
Looking  back.
Looking back.
Max  on  the  right  track.
Max on the right track.
Messing  about  on  the  river.
Messing about on the river.
A  glorious  pathside  bloom.
A glorious pathside bloom.
The  Town  Lock
The Town Lock
River  traffic ,that's  seen  better  days.
River traffic ,that's seen better days.
High  Street  Bridge
High Street Bridge
High  Street  Bridge, oblique  view.
High Street Bridge, oblique view.
The  Wealdway  Path  Display  Board.
The Wealdway Path Display Board.
High  Street  Bridge  with  competition  bunting
High Street Bridge with competition bunting
Riverside  promenade
Riverside promenade
Tonbridge  Castle
Tonbridge Castle
Castle  Gardens.
Castle Gardens.
Tonbridge  Model  Engineering  Society  coach  and  train  ride.
Tonbridge Model Engineering Society coach and train ride.
Wealdway  signpost.
Wealdway signpost.
A  footbridge  in  the  woods.
A footbridge in the woods.
Two  for  the  price  of  one : bridges, that  is.
Two for the price of one : bridges, that is.
Lucifer  Bridge,  near  Tonbridge.
Lucifer Bridge, near Tonbridge.
They  all  look  the  same:
They all look the same:
The  Wealdway  path  through  the  woods.
The Wealdway path through the woods.
Eddie  and  Max  enjoying  a  country  walk.
Eddie and Max enjoying a country walk.
Pathside  carvings.
Pathside carvings.
 Approaching  the  main  line  railway  bridge.
Approaching the main line railway bridge.
Passing  under  the  railway.
Passing under the railway.
The  Wealdway  footbridge.
The Wealdway footbridge.
Houses  in  Lower  Haysden.
Houses in Lower Haysden.
A  formal  garden
A formal garden
A  country  cottage, ,fronted  by  a  sea  of  papaver.
A country cottage, ,fronted by a sea of papaver.
Papaver  fronting  a  new  development.
Papaver fronting a new development.
Dead  tree  in  silhouette.
Dead tree in silhouette.
Briar  rose, on  tunnel  approach.
Briar rose, on tunnel approach.
The  Wealdway  tunnel ,under  the  A21.
The Wealdway tunnel ,under the A21.
Giant  hogweed  in  the  rain.
Giant hogweed in the rain.
Wealdway  footpath  through  a  crop ,then  runs  down  the  rhs  of  the  trees ,in  shot.
Wealdway footpath through a crop ,then runs down the rhs of the trees ,in shot.
Leafy  lane  on  Beachy Toll.
Leafy lane on Beachy Toll.
Climbing  up  to  Bidborough.
Climbing up to Bidborough.
Panorama  from  Bidborough  Ridge.
Panorama from Bidborough Ridge.
C 12th century ,Church  of  St. Lawrence,  C  of  E,
C 12th century ,Church of St. Lawrence, C of E,
Another  ball ,delicately  turned  round  the  wicket.
Another ball ,delicately turned round the wicket.
Roses and  lavender  in  the  rain.
Roses and lavender in the rain.
Church, housing  and  traffic,  in  harmony.
Church, housing and traffic, in harmony.
Down  the  side  of  the  old  cemetery
Down the side of the old cemetery
Now  that's  what  you  call  roots.
Now that's what you call roots.
A  beautiful  yellow  rose ; in  passing.
A beautiful yellow rose ; in passing.
The  Beehive  cottage.
The Beehive cottage.
A  beautiful  bloom.
A beautiful bloom.
Wealdway  signpost
Wealdway signpost
Stockland  Green  House  reflected.
Stockland Green House reflected.
Another  stile  near  Stockland  Green.
Another stile near Stockland Green.
Wealdway  path  near  Stockland  Green.
Wealdway path near Stockland Green.
Edward and Lady,appreciating being off of a lead again.
Edward and Lady,appreciating being off of a lead again.
The  stile  out  onto  Stockland  Green  Road.
The stile out onto Stockland Green Road.
Stockland  Road  stile
Stockland Road stile
The  39  Steps.
The 39 Steps.
The  old  mill  yard.
The old mill yard.
The  Old  Post  Office
The Old Post Office
St.  Mary's  Church
St. Mary's Church
St . Mary's  Church  tower.
St . Mary's Church tower.
An  old  house  adjoining  the  churcvhyard.
An old house adjoining the churcvhyard.
Just  across  the  road  from  the  Churchyard.
Just across the road from the Churchyard.
A  statue / relief  of  St .George  and  the  Dragon.
A statue / relief of St .George and the Dragon.
The  Wealdway  departure  gateway.
The Wealdway departure gateway.
Pond-bay dam.
Pond-bay dam.
Stile at  Poundsbridge Hill.
Stile at Poundsbridge Hill.
Silcock's  Farm
Silcock's Farm
A   very   pretty  cottage  garden.
A very pretty cottage garden.
Fordcombe  Lane  entering  the  village.
Fordcombe Lane entering the village.
Wealdway  footpath  heading  for  Stone  Cross.
Wealdway footpath heading for Stone Cross.
Approaching  Stone  Cross.
Approaching Stone Cross.
Approaching  Stone  Cross.
Approaching Stone Cross.
Signposts  at  Stone  Cross (A264)
Signposts at Stone Cross (A264)
Stone  Cross  Farm  sign.
Stone Cross Farm sign.
A  delightful  flower
A delightful flower
Shoulder  of  a  spur  leaving  Stone  Cross.
Shoulder of a spur leaving Stone Cross.
Burrs  Wood  falls  away  revealing   the  upper  Medway  Valley.
Burrs Wood falls away revealing the upper Medway Valley.
A  fine  panorama., at  the  county  boundary.
A fine panorama., at the county boundary.
Wealdway  stile  at  Pond  Wood
Wealdway stile at Pond Wood
The  railway  bridge, near  Burrswood.
The railway bridge, near Burrswood.
Wealdway  path  through  the  wheatfield
Wealdway path through the wheatfield
Bridge  o'er  a  River  Medway  tributary, itself  innominate.
Bridge o'er a River Medway tributary, itself innominate.
Wealdway  crossing  the  River  Medway.
Wealdway crossing the River Medway.
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Wealdwayseven 118.JPG
I  looked  skyward ,and  for  a  moment  saw  Ted  Heath.
I looked skyward ,and for a moment saw Ted Heath.
The  upper  Medway  valley.
The upper Medway valley.
The  approach  to  Summerford  Farm.
The approach to Summerford Farm.
Oasts  at  Summerford  Farm
Oasts at Summerford Farm
Ragwort ; the  field  behind  was  awash  with  ragwort.
Ragwort ; the field behind was awash with ragwort.
Just  past  Summerford  Farm.
Just past Summerford Farm.
Wealdway  marker  post.
Wealdway marker post.
The  descent  to  the  river's  flood  plain.
The descent to the river's flood plain.
Approaching  Withyham.
Approaching Withyham.
Wealdway  sign  and  stile.
Wealdway sign and stile.
Church  of  St.  Michael  and  All  Angels
Church of St. Michael and All Angels
Houses  at  Withyham
Houses at Withyham
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wealdwayeightanddawn 098.JPG
The  tower  at  Old  Buckhurst.
The tower at Old Buckhurst.
Buckhurst  Cottage
Buckhurst Cottage
Forest  Place
Forest Place
Green  on  black.
Green on black.
Nice  mix  of  trees, it's  not  all deciduous.
Nice mix of trees, it's not all deciduous.
Reaching  to  heaven ,on  the  forest  floor.
Reaching to heaven ,on the forest floor.
A  pleasant  forest  path.
A pleasant forest path.
Almost  out  of  the  woods.
Almost out of the woods.
Lady, my  Border  Collie ,on  the  Wealdway.
Lady, my Border Collie ,on the Wealdway.
Eddie  on  the  Wealdway
Eddie on the Wealdway
The  Wealdway  path  in  Ashdown  Forest.
The Wealdway path in Ashdown Forest.
A  dub, reflected.
A dub, reflected.
Mist  in  a  distant  valley.
Mist in a distant valley.
A  lonesome  pine, but  it  could  be  a  fir  tree.
A lonesome pine, but it could be a fir tree.
Another  pathside  dub.
Another pathside dub.
Typical  scenery  in  the  Ashdown  Forest.
Typical scenery in the Ashdown Forest.
Me,  with  my  companions.
Me, with my companions.
An  innominate  stream  and  waterfall
An innominate stream and waterfall
Eddie  on  the  Roman  Road.
Eddie on the Roman Road.
Ashdown  Forest  to  the  South  Downs.
Ashdown Forest to the South Downs.
A  wayside  foxglove.
A wayside foxglove.
Old  Lodge  and  Old  Lodge  Farm.
Old Lodge and Old Lodge Farm.
The sheep are in possession of the shade.
The sheep are in possession of the shade.
Wealdway  path close  to  Camp  Hill  Clump.
Wealdway path close to Camp Hill Clump.
Wealdway  path  approaching  Crest  Farm
Wealdway path approaching Crest Farm
Looks  like  calluna  vulgaris, but  the  fronds  are  too  long.
Looks like calluna vulgaris, but the fronds are too long.
A  hand  crafted  Wealdway  sign.
A hand crafted Wealdway sign.
A grove of silver birch trees.
A grove of silver birch trees.
Descent  through  slippery  woods.
Descent through slippery woods.
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wealdwaynine 002.JPG
Glenwood  Cottage
Glenwood Cottage
Cottage  by  entrance  to  Oldlands.
Cottage by entrance to Oldlands.
Footbridge  in  Furnace  Wood
Footbridge in Furnace Wood
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wealdwaynine 010.JPG
The  Hounds  of  Hell  in  the  Dark  Forest.
The Hounds of Hell in the Dark Forest.
Looking  down  on  the  rocks, near  Hendall.
Looking down on the rocks, near Hendall.
Hendall  Manor  House
Hendall Manor House
Lane  near  Hendall  Manor.
Lane near Hendall Manor.
My  companions, in  the  shade.
My companions, in the shade.
Footbridge  into  Hendall  Wood.
Footbridge into Hendall Wood.
A  common  enough  sight.
A common enough sight.
Wealdway  marker  post
Wealdway marker post
Almost  an  avenue.
Almost an avenue.
Spot  the  ball !
Spot the ball !
A  strange  reflection.
A strange reflection.
Church  of  St. Margaret  The  Queen
Church of St. Margaret The Queen
The  Former  Stable  block, reflected.
The Former Stable block, reflected.
Pretty  cottages
Pretty cottages
Hempstead  Mill  waterfall.
Hempstead Mill waterfall.
The  Wealdway  path  crosses  yon  footbridge.
The Wealdway path crosses yon footbridge.
The  67  steps.
The 67 steps.
The  fishing  lake  behind  the  hedge.
The fishing lake behind the hedge.
Stand  still  mum, I  want  a  drink.
Stand still mum, I want a drink.
Cattle  country.
Cattle country.
The  gate.
The gate.
Stream-side  trees  reflected  in  Long  Brook.
Stream-side trees reflected in Long Brook.
Pink  blossom  with Tickerage  Castle, behind.
Pink blossom with Tickerage Castle, behind.
Walking  in  Tickerage  Wood.
Walking in Tickerage Wood.
 In  serried  ranks  assembled
" In serried ranks assembled "
The  Wealdway  path  arrives  at  Blackboys.
The Wealdway path arrives at Blackboys.
The  White  Cottage
The White Cottage
Pedlars  cottage
Pedlars cottage
East  Sussex  landscape.
East Sussex landscape.
Ox-eye  daisies.
Ox-eye daisies.
Rural  splendour.
Rural splendour.
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The  avenue  reflected.
The avenue reflected.
Cottage  reflections
Cottage reflections
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Steps  up  the  banking
Steps up the banking
Disc  harrowing
Disc harrowing
The  escape  route.
The escape route.
Exit  from  the  woods.
Exit from the woods.
The  Racehorses  Graveyard.
The Racehorses Graveyard.
South  Downs  and  Steyning  Gap.
South Downs and Steyning Gap.
The  approach  to  Annandale  Farm.
The approach to Annandale Farm.
Entrance  road  to  Old  Whyly
Entrance road to Old Whyly
Spiders'  webs
Spiders' webs
East  Hoathly  church  tower
East Hoathly church tower
East  Hoathly  church
East Hoathly church
The  Lychgate
The Lychgate
The  Foresters  Arms  pub.
The Foresters Arms pub.
Pretty  brick  cottage
Pretty brick cottage
Early  sunshine  lights  the  branches.
Early sunshine lights the branches.
Early  sunshine  illuminates  the  hedgerow.
Early sunshine illuminates the hedgerow.
Early  sunlight  on  Chapel  Farm
Early sunlight on Chapel Farm
Bathed  in  early  sunshine
Bathed in early sunshine
Early  sunshine  illuminates  The  Local.
Early sunshine illuminates The Local.
A  warming  glow,  down  the  local.
A warming glow, down the local.
Chiddingly  Church
Chiddingly Church
The  old  wheelbarrow
The old wheelbarrow
Chiddingly  spire  bathed  in   morning  sunlight.
Chiddingly spire bathed in morning sunlight.
The  Wealdway  Path
The Wealdway Path
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wealdwayeleven 059.JPG
Heading  towards  Orchard  Farm
Heading towards Orchard Farm
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wealdwayeleven 078.JPG
Malvern  Farmhouse, from  the  rear
Malvern Farmhouse, from the rear
The  Woodshed
The Woodshed
Pleurococcus is  in  charge  this  month
Pleurococcus is in charge this month
Rockharbour  Farmhouse
Rockharbour Farmhouse
The  golden  stubble.
The golden stubble.
Next  stop, Hellingly.
Next stop, Hellingly.
The  sign  says  it  all.
The sign says it all.
School  House
School House
Cottages  by  the  churchyard.
Cottages by the churchyard.
Cottages  beside  the  churchyard  II
Cottages beside the churchyard II
The  churchyard
The churchyard
The  Parish  Church  of  St. Peter  and  St. Paul
The Parish Church of St. Peter and St. Paul
Church  of  St. Peter  and  St. Paul
Church of St. Peter and St. Paul
The  North  Door
The North Door
Cottages  in  Hellingly.
Cottages in Hellingly.
Horselunges  Manor  causeway  and  gates.
Horselunges Manor causeway and gates.
The  resident  black  swan.
The resident black swan.
Black  swan  on  one  leg.
Black swan on one leg.
Horselunges Manor
Horselunges Manor
A  paling  fence,  reflected.
A paling fence, reflected.
Reflections.
Reflections.
A  onetime  sluice  gate, I  fancy.
A onetime sluice gate, I fancy.
The  old  mill  building.
The old mill building.
The  house  on  the  corner .
The house on the corner .
Pond  near  Hempstead  Farm.
Pond near Hempstead Farm.
Tree  growing  in  an  ancient  rampart.
Tree growing in an ancient rampart.
Ox-eye  daisies  by  the  duckpond.
Ox-eye daisies by the duckpond.
Michelham Priory
Michelham Priory
Stables  adjacent  to  Michelham  Priory.
Stables adjacent to Michelham Priory.
The  Village  Shop
The Village Shop
Upper  Dicker  village  sign.
Upper Dicker village sign.
Holy  Trinity  Parish  Church
Holy Trinity Parish Church
St. Bede's  School, drainpipe  stamped  AD1908.
St. Bede's School, drainpipe stamped AD1908.
The  Plough  public  house.
The Plough public house.
Park  Wood  pond.
Park Wood pond.
Wild  flower  approaching  the  river  crossing.
Wild flower approaching the river crossing.
Wealdway  bridge  over  the  Cuckmere  River.
Wealdway bridge over the Cuckmere River.
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wealdwaytwelve 094.JPG
C. 12th century,  Grade I  Listed,  St. Pancras  church
C. 12th century, Grade I Listed, St. Pancras church
A  new-ish  gravestone.
A new-ish gravestone.
Arlington  Church  from  the  nearest  footbridge.
Arlington Church from the nearest footbridge.
Looking  back  to  Arlington  Church
Looking back to Arlington Church
Looking  back  from  the  railway.
Looking back from the railway.
The  path  follows  the  edge  of  this  field.
The path follows the edge of this field.
The  crossing  of   the   A27  ;  a  busy  road : take  great  care.
The crossing of the A27 ; a busy road : take great care.
Farm  buildings  near  Milton  Gate.
Farm buildings near Milton Gate.
Thatched  cottage
Thatched cottage
The  Giant's  Rest , pub  and  B&B.
The Giant's Rest , pub and B&B.
Another  cottage.
Another cottage.
Some  of  the  locals.
Some of the locals.
Church  of  St. Mary  and  St. Peter.
Church of St. Mary and St. Peter.
C 12th  century  church  of  St. Mary  and  St. Peter
C 12th century church of St. Mary and St. Peter
The  Long  Man  from  the  roadside.
"The Long Man" from the roadside.
The Long Man in close up.
"The Long Man" in close up.
The  South  Downs  from  Windover  Hill.
The South Downs from Windover Hill.
Poppies  in  October ?
Poppies in October ?
Wimington  Priory  from  The  Wealdway  path.
Wimington Priory from The Wealdway path.
Approaching  The  Holt, on The  Wealdway  ldp.
Approaching The Holt, on The Wealdway ldp.
A  last  look  west
A last look west
In  Folkington  Woods.
In Folkington Woods.
Rosehips  above  the  misty  Weald.
Rosehips above the misty Weald.
The  lane  was  rather  muddy, here  and  there.
The lane was rather muddy, here and there.
The  Old  Rectory
The Old Rectory
The Grade I  Listed   Building  of  The  Church  of  St. Peter  ad  vincula (St. Peter in chains)
The Grade I Listed Building of The Church of St. Peter ad vincula (St. Peter in chains)
Farm  buildings  and  cottage.
Farm buildings and cottage.
Mr  Flibble  got  here  first !
Mr Flibble got here first !
The  Barn  Cottage
The Barn Cottage
Wealdway  path  leaving  Jevington.
Wealdway path leaving Jevington.
Bees  and  poppies  in  harmony.
Bees and poppies in harmony.
Resting  on  Cold  Crouch  at  approx . 220m
Resting on Cold Crouch at approx . 220m
Butts  Brow  Information  Board.
Butts Brow Information Board.
Butts  Brow  Car  Park
Butts Brow Car Park
A  grand  view.
A grand view.
Looking  down  along  an  ancient  ditch.
Looking down along an ancient ditch.
A  concrete  lined  dewpond.
A concrete lined dewpond.
A  glorious  day  for  a  walk
A glorious day for a walk
This  is  right  on  the  top  of  the  hill...
This is right on the top of the hill...
Me, in shadow, on the Wealdway ldp.
Me, in shadow, on the Wealdway ldp.
Eastbourne  and  beyond , looking  east.
Eastbourne and beyond , looking east.
Trig. Point  over looking Pevensey  Bay.
Trig. Point over looking Pevensey Bay.
I'll  get  it!
"I'll get it!"
Reflecting,  on  a  great  walk ; The  Wealdway
Reflecting, on a great walk ; The Wealdway
Beachy Head
Beachy Head
Re-incarnation   October  2012
Re-incarnation October 2012
The  Church  of  St.  Pancras
The Church of St. Pancras
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