High Weald

Publications

pdf ASSR historic features ( pdf, 2.27 MB )
pdf ASSR OS Map 25K ( pdf, 1.34 MB )
pdf ASSR Drove routes ( pdf, 6.99 MB )
pdf ASSR Aerial Map 2 ( pdf, 11.96 MB )
pdf Penshurst historic features map ( pdf, 1.46 MB )
pdf Restocking the Weald: Feasibility study & proposal for implementation ( pdf, 667 KB )

Author: Bill Vorley, Anthony Weston, Frank Langrish
A report which confirms the opportunity for a concerted programme to aggregate land for livestock managed by skilled entrants under tenure arrangements that supports investment in the long term productivity and sustainability of the agricultural resource.

pdf 24 June 2015 Management Board Minutes ( pdf, 72 KB )
pdf Rother & Romney Catchment Plan Research Synthesis ( pdf, 1.16 MB )

A summary of research documents relating to the Easter Rother Water Catchment organised under: water quality, biodiversity, history & archaeology, flood risk & climate change, and people engagement. The synthesis aims to make it easy for policy makers and others to access the available information when developing land management strategies and plans for the area.

pdf High Weald annual review 2014 2015 ( pdf, 5.16 MB )
pdf West Hoathly - Aerial map ( pdf, 4.69 MB )
low resolution aerial map for West Hoathly CEP School
pdf 12 November 2014 - JAC Minutes ( pdf, 70 KB )
pdf 27 March 2015 - JAC Minutes and Presentations ( pdf, 7.58 MB )
JAC Minutes and appended presentations and notes from the Meeting
pdf West Hoathly - Ordance Survey 25k map ( pdf, 4.67 MB )
pdf West Hoathly - Drove route ( pdf, 6.99 MB )
pdf Solar Kiln Construction Guide May 2015 ( pdf, 9.93 MB )
A guide to how to construct a sustainable solar kiln with instructions and material list
pdf High Weald JAC response Airports Commission UK long term aviation capacity ( pdf, 194 KB )
pdf West Hoathly historic features ( pdf, 2.72 MB )
pdf Broad Oak - Welly walk ( pdf, 1.03 MB )
pdf West Hoathly - Ordnance Survey draft map ( pdf, 3.05 MB )
pdf West Hoathly - Roman roads ( pdf, 2.51 MB )
pdf West Hoathly - Aerial photograph ( pdf, 519 KB )
pdf Speldhurst - Roman roads ( pdf, 2.53 MB )
pdf Speldhurst - Ordnance Survey draft map ( pdf, 1.54 MB )
pdf Speldhurst - Historic features map ( pdf, 1.36 MB )
pdf Speldhurst - Ordnance Survey 25k map ( pdf, 650 KB )
pdf Speldhurst - Drove routes ( pdf, 2.13 MB )
pdf Topic web ( pdf, 240 KB )
pdf Historical Happenings ( pdf, 4.66 MB )

A booklet of amusing stories told by fictitious past residents.  Gort and Tig Stone, siblings who hunt with their family during the Stone Age; Sparkatus, a fifteen year old who works a the Roman's Beauport Park bloomery near Hastings; and Martin Parker, a WW2 evacuee based near Ashdown Forest; are just some of the characters who bring the history of the High Weald's landscape to life. 

document Weald Forest Ridge Roman summary ( docx, 17 KB )
document Weald Forest Ridge Neolithic summary ( doc, 26 KB )
document Weald Forest Ridge Post Medieval summary ( doc, 36 KB )
document Weald Forest Ridge Late Medieval summary ( doc, 26 KB )
document Weald Forest Ridge Mesolithic summary ( doc, 5.71 MB )
document Weald Forest Ridge Iron summary ( doc, 28 KB )
document Weald Forest Ridge Early Middle Ages summary ( doc, 26 KB )
document Weald Forest Ridge Iron Age summary ( doc, 30 KB )
document Weald Forest Ridge Bronze Age summary ( doc, 909 KB )
pdf Historic happenings - Victorians ( pdf, 1.02 MB )
pdf Historic happenings - World Wars ( pdf, 1.92 MB )
pdf Historic happenings - Saxons ( pdf, 3.59 MB )
pdf Historic happenings - Post medieval ( pdf, 3.87 MB )
pdf Historic happenings - Romans ( pdf, 572 KB )
pdf Historic happenings - Neolithic ( pdf, 1.76 MB )
pdf Historic happenings - Medieval ( pdf, 1.95 MB )
pdf Historic happenings - Mesolithic ( pdf, 3.64 MB )
pdf Historic happenings - Iron age ( pdf, 1.12 MB )
pdf Historic happenings - 1945 to now ( pdf, 3.68 MB )
pdf Historic happenings - Bronze age ( pdf, 1.55 MB )
pdf Integrated Catchment Management & River Restoration Study ( pdf, 8.33 MB )

This report provides general background information on the nature of the river catchments in the High Weald AONB, followed by advice on how these rivers might be best managed in the future to sustain and enhance their natural physical characteristics. The relationship between management to control flooding – and management to enhance natural riverine ecology and provide opportunity for sustainable catchment land management – is considered.

pdf Punnetts Town CEP School - Ordnance survey draft map ( pdf, 3.14 MB )