WALKS IN 1066 COUNTRY
The 1066 area is one of the most beautiful in the South East, and absolutely steeped in history. Yet to many people, 1066 simply means the Battle of Hastings and they are quite unaware of the superb scenery throughout the area. In this, the author's first book, he offers a series of 14 walks which allow you to explore this magnificent countryside at its very best! These include the picturesque towns of Battle and Rye; the impressive castles of Bodiam and Herstmonceux; the glorious gardens at Great Dixter in Northiam; countless Anglo-Saxon and Norman churches; windmills; stunning valleys and cliff-top paths. Please check the website www.spanglefish.com/1066routes for full details; enjoy the photos below!
Bodiam Castle, one of the most iconic in the South East - Walk 12
Glorious views in the Tillingham Valley - Walk 13
The Royal Military Canal at Pett Level - Walk 6
The view from North's Seat over the Channel - Walk 5
Walkers enjoying the view from Snaylham - Walk 7
Rye Harbour Nature Reserve - Walk 9