Waterlogged Field near Truleigh Manor Farm The water, however, is frozen. Edburton Hill is on the right then moving left; Perching Hill, Fulking Hill and Devil's Dyke respectively.
Belmont. Small cul-de-sac off Dyke Road. Built in the late 1850s on the site of Lashmar's Mill which had been removed in 1852 to Clayton where it is now better known as this, 884128. The houses were o…
|Title||Ashcombe Hollow The name of the lane from Nan Kemp's Corner to Ashcombe Farm Roundabout. As the name suggests it descends towards the latter through a narrow and deep holloway despite which its a notorious rat run for those wishing to join the A27 from the south of Lewes as far as Newhaven.|
|Photo's author||Simon Carey User stats Author's photos|
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|Date||8 Feb 2009 00:00:00|
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Ashcombe Hollow The name of the lane from Nan Kemp's Corner to Ashcombe Farm Roundabout. As the name suggests it descends towards the latter through a narrow and deep holloway despite which its a noto…
Crossroads in Kingston near Lewes
Kingston Hollow from Juggs Lane.
Kingston Hollow from Juggs Lane. Kingston Ridge is the road opposite.
Pillar Box in Kingston Ridge near Lewes This unusual pillar box is brick built and topped with an over-large flint roof. It is number BN7 578.
Pillar Box in Kingston Ridge near Lewes
1929 - 008 - August Tour - 5 - Ridge-way South Downs
Postbox at Nan Kemp's Corner
Ashcombe Lane A continuation of Wellgreen Lane from the junction with The Street up Kingston Hollow to Nan Kemp's Corner where it becomes Ashcombe Hollow. The main route through the village and a noto…