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Wedding dress fest

Burwash church gave the ladies of the village a chance to get their wedding dresses out of mothballs and the church was a beautiful backdrop for them – some dating back over 100 years and one that had been worn by four generations of brides – amazing that they were all exactly the same size! 32 more words


Hi-de-hi! Good morning, campers!

It’s the time of year when many of us are planning our summer holidays, which sets me thinking about my earliest experiences so please indulge me while I hike off down memory lane… 1,184 more words

Did you know?

Rudyard Kipling the short-story writer, poet, and novelist; famous for stories such as  ‘The Jungle Book’ and’ The man who would be king’ grew up and lived in Burwash, where our Burwash Park is located!


A Christmas Carol Christmas Tree

This tree was part of the Burwash Christmas Tree festival and as it featured one of my favourite carols I had to include it here!


Christmas Candles

This was taken at St Bartholomew’s in Burwash at Christmas time – I loved the simplicity of it.


The Glory of the Garden

Bateman’s is a 17th-century house located in the pretty white weather-boarded village of Burwash, East Sussex, England. Author Rudyard Kipling lived in Bateman’s from 1902 to his death in 1936. 719 more words


Up and Down the High Weald

Walk 4 Lamberhurst to Burwash

Sturday 19th July 2014

What a good if not tiring day walking from Lamberhurst to Burwash in one of the hottest days of the year. 116 more words

3 Castles And The Ironmaster's House