High Hurstwood in East Sussex

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Location: 51.011901,0.128313
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High Hurstwood is shown as the red symbol on the map.

Nearby Villages

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Village= Town= Recorded in Domesday=
Blackboys (Charcoal and Soot)3.72 miles
Buxted (The first Iron Cannon in England)1.57 miles
Chelwood Gate The Forest entrance and President Kennedy5.19 miles
Cross in Hand (The Crusaders Assembly)4.96 miles
Crowborough (The home of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)3.77 miles
Fairwarp (Charcoal and the Army)1.67 miles
Five Ashes (Vast collection of rock plants)4.04 miles
Fletching (Simon de Montfort and Jack Cade)
4.35 miles
Framfield (380 years without a church tower)3.29 miles
Hadlow Down (Wealden Cannons and Charcoal)2.69 miles
Heathfield (19th Century Natural Gas)
6.42 miles
Maresfield (Soldiers and Iron)2.06 miles
Mark Cross (Policeman arrests eccentric landowner)6.62 miles
Mayfield (Saint Dunstan and the Devil)
5.89 miles
Newick (Killer Cricket and Dirk Bogarde)5.58 miles
Nutley (Edward III and the Post Mill)
3.47 miles
Piltdown (The Piltdown Man hoax)4.00 miles
Rotherfield (Source of the rivers Rother and Uck)
4.64 miles
Sheffield Park (Capability Brown and the Bluebell Line)5.19 miles
Uckfield (Traction Engine destroys bridge)3.46 miles
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Local Businesses
Talk in Code fabulous new Album
Roman, Saxon and Norman History of the South East
Battle Brewery our local excellent micro brewery
The Rudes as lots of people call us, are an outdoor touring theatre company specialising in taking new & original theatre to mainly small rural communities and a few towns across the South of England. We were founded in 1998 & first toured in the Summer of 1999. Currently we tour only in the summer performing 50+ times nightly during June, July & August.
World War 2 Vehicle database
For all things mosaic, commissions workshops etc please contact Hannah
The Bald Explorer for local documentaries
Hastings Rock the place to listen to