View of the hills and fields in Winchelsea

Walks in Winchelsea and around

  1. Winchelsea
    Once one of England’s most thriving ports, now landlocked, this tranquil hilltop town sits upon a honeycomb of hidden cellars.
  2. a photograph of Rye Harbour visitor centre. Wooden and glass structure against a blue sky.
    Rye Harbour Nature Reserve is an important wildlife site set in an exceptional coastal and wetland landscape. It is home to more than 4,355 species of plants and animals including 300 that are rare or endangered.
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  3. Brede High Woods is the Trust’s largest ancient woodland, six miles north of Hastings in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It’s full of history and there’s some incredible and rare wildlife.
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  4. The Giants of Brede. Varied collection of water pumps mainly from the steam era including 1904 Tangye and 1940 Worthington Simpson triple expansion engines located in their original buildings.
  5. Rye
    A medieval citadel huddled against invaders and the sea, today Rye is home to a myriad of art, curiosities and cosy pubs.
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