Arundel Castle

Arundel Castle

First built by the Romans, it was acquired in the 16th century and is still owned today by the Duke of Norfolk, the country’s leading Catholic family. The castle is open April until October from Tuesday to Sunday.

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Arundel Cathedral and Church

 

Arundel Cathedral and Church

The Catholic cathedral of st Philip Howard was built in the 19th Century, (without bells). The parish church of St Nicholas is Church of England but is unusual in that it has a small catholic chapel built into the East end. This castle can only be accessed through the Castle and is the Norfolk’s private family chapel. Both the cathedral and the church are open daily, all year round.

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Chefs Pantry – East Sussex

Chefs Pantry – East Sussex.

HAND MADE AND HAND FINISHED PRODUCTS.
DESSERTS, CAKES, PIES, SAVOURIES & MUCH MORE!
Our UNIQUE PRODUCT RANGE is being DELIVERED on a DAILY basis throughout
KENT, SUSSEX, SURREY & S.E. LONDON to Caterers , Hospitality and other Retail
Outlets. To add interest to your menu, we change our lines twice yearly with a new
brochure in April and September.

Chefs Pantry Website

 

The history of Ifield

The history of Ifield.

IFIELD, a parish in North Aylesford district, Kent; 1¾ mile N of Sole-Street r. station, and 3 S of Gravesend. It contains part of the village of Singlewell, which has a post office under Gravesend. Acres, 312. Real property, £777. Pop., 88. Houses, 12. The manor belongs to T. Colyer, Es l. The living is a rectory in the diocese of Rochester. Value, £120. Patron, the Rev. W. H. Edmeades. The church was built in 1596, and restored in 1838; has a wooden spire; and is very small.

The history of Ifield – Website

Dog Walks

Dog Walks

Superbly situated in southern England’s rural heartland, few destinations can match the amazing diversity of Salisbury and Stonehenge – with a history dating back over 5,000 years there is no shortage of places to visit, all conveniently located within an hour or so’s drive of each other.

On the ‘must see’ list are the World Heritage site of Stonehenge, Salisbury Cathedral, Longleat and Stourhead gardens. But we also have a wide range of less well known but equally lovely stately homes, beautiful gardens, lively farm parks and award-winning museums you definitely won’t want to miss.

Salisbury has plenty of characterful places to stay – some dating back to the 13th century – and a wide range of pubs, restaurants and tea rooms. A choice of arts and culture venues complement individual shops and regular street markets, and outside the city you will find charming country towns and villages with plenty of opportunities for great walking and cycling.

To cap it all, Salisbury is easily accessible with good road and rail links, making it the perfect choice for a great day out , a relaxing city break, or a refreshing countryside holiday

Dog Walks Website

Hall & Woodhouse


“Hall & Woodhouse”

Hall and Woodhouse is a family brewer with fantastic pubs in some of the best locations; from the rolling Dorset countryside to coastal locations and idyllic West Sussex villages.

Hall & Woodhouse Website