The Hall House is a 1355 original medieval building. It was rescued in 1970, in an advanced state of decay, the building came from Boarhunt in Hampshire. Dismantled and taken to the Weald & Downland museum and reconstructed in 1981. The museum has 51 Historic houses and agricultural buildings dating from 13th Century to Victorian times, all rescued from distruction and rebuilt in a setting of tranquillity of the South Downs. Weald & Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton, Chichester, West Sussex
Home of Lord and Lady Egremont, Set in the South Downs National Park is one of Britain’s finest stately homes, set within a beautiful deer park. It is also home to many of the world famous paintings, many by J.M.W.Turner, VanDyck, Reynolds and Blake, together with ancient and Neo- classical sculpture and intricate woodcarving. Walks around the deer park and ponds, Now run by the National Trust.
The 11 century Norman or Saxon church of St Mary is absolutely tiny and stand on the bank of the river Rother, in the village of Chithurst in West Sussex. The church is mentioned in the Domesday Book in the year 1086.
Taken at Bosham West Sussex looking towards the church.
Looking across Bosham channel at the village of Bosham in West Sussex near Chichester. The area is a good place for walkers.