June 21st, 2016

A Day in Rye and Winchelsea
Oust houses, Windmills and Stone Circles

Norman font.
Church of Saint Nicholas, Icklesham
Hexagonal west porch added in 1848.
Church of Saint Nicholas, Icklesham
Oust houses close to the Hog's Hill Windmill, Icklesham
The Stone Circle near Icklesham was
constructed in 2012.
Hog's Hill Windmill, Icklesham.
Sir Paul McCartney's recording studios.
Village sign with the Court Hall behind, Winchelsea, East Sussex
Village Sign, Winchelsea
Purbeck Marble effigy of a civilian in a
canopied tomb c1320.
St. Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea
Reredos carved by Esmond Burton from Blue Hornton Stone.
St. Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea
Purbeck Marble effigy of a lady in a
canopied tomb c1320.
St. Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea
C19th octagonal font with ornate cover.
St. Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea
Arts and Crafts Stained Glass by Douglas Strachan, 1928-33.
Commissioned by Lord Blanesborough.
St. Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea
The Armoury, Winchelsea.
Remodeled at the end of the 19th century by Miss Maud Peel, niece of
Sir Robert Peel.
The Strand Gate c.1300, High Street, Winchelsea
Pretty Rose Garden, Winchelsea
Wind turbines - A backdrop to Camber Castle
St Mary and St Peter's Church, Pett
WW2 Pill box, Pett Level
Medieval Watergate entrance to Rye
Britchers and Rivers Sweet Shop, Rye
Soldiers of Rye
On the beach at Cliff End, Pett Level


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