High Weald

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The views expressed here are our own, although we do not envisage writing anything that will counter the aims and objectives of the High Weald Joint Advisory Committee.

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These blogs have been written by members of the High Weald AONB Unit staff.  You can find out more about these staff by visiting the AONB team page.

With so many bank holidays, this is a great time of year to visit the High Weald for a long weekend or short break with the family!

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Did you know that half of all the world's bluebell woods are found in the UK?

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The High Weald is famous for its wonderful woodlands and, during late spring, many of them are full of the astounding colour and perfume of bluebells.

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If you come to stay in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in September, you’ll be following in the historic footsteps of all the East Enders who once flocked to the area at this time of year for their annual holiday – in their case, a working holiday!

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Look at a map of National Trust properties and you’ll see a big cluster in the High Weald. Most of these properties have gardens and in several, the garden is the main attraction.   

National Trust owned ‘Gardening Meccas’ of the High Weald include Wakehurst Place (‘Kew in The Country’) Sheffield Park Garden (known for stunning autumn colours) Nymans (both a horticulturalist's dream and peaceful country garden) Scotney Castle (one of England’s most romantic gardens) and internationally renowned Sissinghurst Castle Garden, created by Vita Sackville-West.

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