Ashdown Forest and A Cream Tea

Wednesday 18th September 2019

COSTS
£27.00 All seats

Overview

We drive in to East Sussex to explore the landscapes of the Ashdown Forest. The forest was originally a royal hunting park, enclosed by a 38 km ‘pale’, consisting of a ditch and bank topped with a wooden fence. Records from the 12th Century onwards suggest that hunting red deer and roe deer was the main activity on the Forest for 500 years. In some places, the remains of the pale are still clearly visible. We shall stop in the town of Tonbridge for lunch, but be sure to leave room for a Cream Tea, served at The Stable Tea Rooms at Heaven Farm.

Pick-up Points

LOCATION
TIME
Pulborough
08:30
West Chiltington
08:37
Storrington
08:45
Washington
08:55
Ashington
09:00
Southwater
09:15
Hop Oast (Park & Ride)
09:20
Horsham (Library)
09:30
Horsham (Station)
09:35
Roffey
09:40

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Location: Sussex