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  • An Outstanding

    cultural landscape

    "Unless a man understands the Weald, he cannot write about the beginnings of England." Hilaire Belloc

    "A landscape chock-a-block with heritage" Historic England

  • Explore

    our medieval landscape

    Use our interactive map to discover what the countryside around you has to offer. Steam trains, climbing rocks, historic gardens and nature reserves; we have attractions to suit every age and energy level

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  • Keep up-to-date

    on news at the heart of the High Weald AONB

    Regular updates of events affecting the countryside and the lives of those within it

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  • Preserve

    the beauty of your property’s surrounding area

    We give planning advice and support, with objectives set out in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Management Plan.

  • Learn more

    about us

    We aim to maintain and enhance the area's ancient landscape and enjoyment of it by current and future generations.


Contact details:
Blackwell Primary School, Blackwell Farm Road, East Grinstead, West Sussex, RH19 3JL
T:01342 323906
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General Information: 

Blackwell Primary School have been working hard to plan and test their school's Welly Walk around East Grinstead.  The children decided that they wanted to find a route that went through some ancient woodland and so headed off into Ashplats Wood as part of their walk.  On the way, they also discovered two historic farmsteads and a sunken lane!  hwh_blackwell_welly_walk_children

The children worked in teams to take photographs, navigate, write instructions and collect useful information about their Welly Walk, which has now been published. 

Download the Blackwell Welly Walk above or find other High Weald welly walks