A new book celebrating a very special part of the High Weald, Brede High Woods, has been written by professional ecologist Patrick Roper and published by the Woodland Trust.
Drawing on a 60-year relationship with this 262 hectare area, which lies 10 kilometres north of Hastings, Patrick explains the complex history of the Wealden landscape and how to explore it with infectious enthusiasm.
The book is only £9.99 plus £2 p&p
Available from The Sussex School of Archaeology.
Send a cheque for £11.99 to:
Brede Book, Sussex School of Archaeology Limited, Unit 12, Mays Farm, Selmeston, Polegate, East Sussex BN26 6TS.
The woodland is open all year round and has a different aspect in every sesason: the fresh, cold days of winter; the bluebells and nightingales of spring; the heather and gorse in summer; and the vibrant autumn colours of a range of trees.
Find out more about visiting Brede High Woods, near Brede, East Sussex.