A Sunny Trip To Sedlescombe.
Sedlescombe is one of those Sussex villages that has been bypassed for so many years, that most people have forgotten its' existence
Known until recently, as the home of the Pestalozzi Village, it has a long and varied history. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book, as are a lot of the little villages in that area. During the 17th. Century it was renowned as producing the best gunpowder in Europe.
Although the road through the village gets quite busy, the village manages to retain its' air of quiet.
A cluster of old houses surround the pretty and extensive village green, which centres around a pretty roofed structure, sheltering an old village pump dedicated to people I am as yet, unsure of.