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NY5922 : Carved stone, porch of St Lawrence's Church, Morland by Karl and Ali Carved stone, porch of St Lawrence's Church, Morland by Karl and Ali
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Tags: [top:Religious sites] [top:Village, Rural settlement] [carved stonework] [Church porch] [building material:sandstone]
A piece of decoratively carved stone incorporated into the stonework. It looks as though it originated elsewhere.
TQ3429 : Loders, Ardingly by Simon Carey Loders, Ardingly by Simon Carey
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Category: Cul de sac
A small cul de sac off Street Lane built in the 1960s.
TQ3429 : Hapstead Hall, High Street, Ardingly by Simon Carey Hapstead Hall, High Street, Ardingly by Simon Carey
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Category: Village hall
Ardingly's village hall is in reality two buildings that have become one. The smaller hall to the north was opened in 1876 as a reading room with the larger... (more)
TQ3429 : Holland House, High Street, Ardingly by Simon Carey Holland House, High Street, Ardingly by Simon Carey
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Category: Cottage
The weatherboarded property dates from the mid 18th century and would have been erected when the settlement was known as Hapstead Green.
TQ3429 : Withylands View, Ardingly by Simon Carey Withylands View, Ardingly by Simon Carey
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Category: Cul de sac
A small cul de sac off High Street that was originally the location of the outbuildings for neighbouring Hapstead Farm that were demolished sometime in the 1960s... (more)
TQ3429 : Hapstead Green Cottage, High Street, Ardingly by Simon Carey Hapstead Green Cottage, High Street, Ardingly by Simon Carey
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Category: Cottage
Dating from the late 17th century and built at a time when the settlement along what is now the current B2028 was known as Hapstead Green. Beyond are TQ3429 : 3-4, Hapstead Cottages, High Street, Ardingly.
TQ3429 : 3-4, Hapstead Cottages, High Street, Ardingly by Simon Carey 3-4, Hapstead Cottages, High Street, Ardingly by Simon Carey
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Category: Cottages
A pair of semi-detached dwellings built in the late 19th century that face each other. A small section of numbers 1 and 2 are on the left.
TQ3429 : The Coach House, Hett Close, Ardingly by Simon Carey The Coach House, Hett Close, Ardingly by Simon Carey
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Category: Coach house (converted)
A former outbuilding of Hapstead House that has now been converted into a pair of semi-detached dwellings.
TQ3429 : Hapstead House, Hett Close, Ardingly by Simon Carey Hapstead House, Hett Close, Ardingly by Simon Carey
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Category: Mansion (converted)
Built in the mid 19th century and converted into flats in 2000 after a couple of unsuccessful applications to have it demolished. Hett Close is named after the... (more)
TQ3429 : Turnpike Court, Hett Close, Ardingly by Simon Carey Turnpike Court, Hett Close, Ardingly by Simon Carey
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Category: Retirement apartments
A block of retirement homes built in 2002 on the site of Turnpike Field according to Ardingly's 1840 tithe map. The turnpike from both names refers to the... (more)
TQ3429 : Recreation Ground, Ardingly by Simon Carey Recreation Ground, Ardingly by Simon Carey
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Category: Recreation ground
Opened in 1879 and home to Ardingly Cricket Club. Originally the southern portion of a field called Hapsted Field
TQ3429 : Cob Cottages, Selsfield Road, Ardingly by Simon Carey Cob Cottages, Selsfield Road, Ardingly by Simon Carey
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Category: Cottages
Built in the late 19th century and located at the junction of the B2028 and Cob Lane which is just out of shot to the right. The telegraph pole has been perfectly... (more)
TQ3430 : Crook Field by Simon Carey Crook Field by Simon Carey
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Category: Field
The name of the field according to Ardingly's 1840 tithe map called as such because of its shape though with a rather nice piece of irony it is now used as... (more)
TQ3430 : Selsfield Road, Little London by Simon Carey Selsfield Road, Little London by Simon Carey
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Category: B road (Classified B)
The old course of the road is to the right with the current course added in the late 1960s to the left along with one of the entrances to the South of England Showground.
TQ3430 : Upper Sandpits/Sandpits/Lower Hilly Field by Simon Carey Upper Sandpits/Sandpits/Lower Hilly Field by Simon Carey
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Category: Plantation
The name of the fields according to Ardingly's 1840 tithe map that have been merged and turned into woodland along with TQ3430 : Faggot Stack Mead to the north sometime in... (more)
TQ3430 : Faggot Stack Mead by Simon Carey Faggot Stack Mead by Simon Carey
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Category: Plantation
The name of the field according to Ardingly's 1840 tithe map that became woodland during the 1950s. To the north is TQ3430 : Hoathly Field whilst to the south is TQ3430 : Upper Sandpits/Sandpits/Lower Hilly Field.
TQ3430 : Hoathly Field by Simon Carey Hoathly Field by Simon Carey
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Category: Field
The name of the field according to Ardingly's 1840 tithe map that is bounded by Pole Platt to the west, TQ3430 : Kitchen Field to the north, Willow Shaw to the east and... (more)
TQ3431 : Fulling Mill Mead by Simon Carey Fulling Mill Mead by Simon Carey
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Category: Field
The name of the field according to Ardingly's 1840 tithe map that is as steep as it looks.
TQ3430 : Kitchen Field by Simon Carey Kitchen Field by Simon Carey
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Category: Field
The name of the field according to Ardingly's 1840 tithe map that is bounded by Cob Brook to the east and Willow Shaw and TQ3430 : Hoathly Field to the south.
TQ3431 : Cob Brook by Simon Carey Cob Brook by Simon Carey
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Category: Stream
Its source is to the south east of Selsfield Common whereupon it heads south to its confluence with Ludwell Ghyll whereupon the waterway becomes Cockhaise Brook.... (more)
TQ3431 : Wild Garlic near Cob Brook by Simon Carey Wild Garlic near Cob Brook by Simon Carey
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Category: Wild flowers
Highlighted by a shaft of light making its way through the woodland's canopy. To the left is the footpath that heads east to Hook Lane.
TQ3431 : Bridleway, East Wood by Simon Carey Bridleway, East Wood by Simon Carey
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Category: Bridleway
East Wood covers the steep western bank of Cob Brook with bridleway bisecting the middle and running parallel wit nearby Selsfield Road.
TQ3431 : East Wood by Simon Carey East Wood by Simon Carey
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Category: Wood
Called Stone Wood on Ardingly's 1840 tithe map and the 1875 OS map after which it is marked by its current name. The wood straddles the bridleway and is... (more)
TQ3431 : Bridleway to Selsfield Road by Simon Carey Bridleway to Selsfield Road by Simon Carey
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Category: Bridleway
Looking north as it passes above Many Waters which was built on the site of a former water mill. The bridleway runs parallel to the east with the B2028. See... (more)
TQ3431 : Rhododendrons by Simon Carey Rhododendrons by Simon Carey
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Category: Flowers
A variety of rhododendrons growing in a woodland setting and not being too far from Wakehurst Place I guess they somehow made their way to this location. Located... (more)
TQ3431 : Sandstone Outcrop by Simon Carey Sandstone Outcrop by Simon Carey
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Category: Geological feature
Next to the bridleway that links Selsfield Road to West Hoathly. The seam is known as Ardingly Sandstone which can be found in an area stretching from Haywards... (more)
TQ3431 : Beech Cottage, Selsfield Road by Simon Carey Beech Cottage, Selsfield Road by Simon Carey
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Category: Cottage
One of two single storey dwellings that straddle the entrance to a bridleway that heads easts to the site of a former mill. The wood on the left is Gravel Pit Shaw.
NY5922 : Grooves, porch of St Lawrence's Church, Morland by Karl and Ali Grooves, porch of St Lawrence's Church, Morland by Karl and Ali
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Tags: [top:Lowlands] [top:Religious sites] [top:Village, Rural settlement] [archery] [Church porch] [grooves] [building material:sandstone]
The sandstone blocks inside the porch are scored by these vertical grooves. I have seen scratches on the uprights of the porch here SD4188 : St Anthony's Church, Cartmell Fell which were described... (more)
TQ3431 : Selsfield Road by Simon Carey Selsfield Road by Simon Carey
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Category: B road (Classified B)
The B2028 heading north from Ardingly to Selsfield Common. In the 18th century the highway was turnpiked as one of the routes used to travel between London and... (more)
TQ3431 : Yew Tree Cottages, Selsfield Road by Simon Carey Yew Tree Cottages, Selsfield Road by Simon Carey
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Category: Cottages
A pair of cottages dating from the late 19th century located at the current tradesmen's entrance to Wakehurst Place

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