Lullington is famed for reputedly being home to the smallest church in England. At only 16 square feet, it can seat only 20 people!
Amberley, in West Sussex is home to a ‘living’ museum, set inside a former chalk quarry. Amongst the variety of demonstrations and displays, visitors can experience a working blacksmith, a narrow gauge, steam and vintage railway collection and a wireless and telecommunications exhibition, including its own amateur radio station.
Three of these four Sussex villages have their own castle, but can you name the odd one out?
Birds-eye view shows progress on East Slope
With 16 buildings currently under full construction, this new, short 'birds-eye' film shows how the East Slope development is progressing
East Slope's Got Talent! New outdoor amphitheater takes shape
Latest photographs taken of the East Slope development show that work is well underway to create the amphitheater that will feature in the new student village. Residents of the new accommodation will be able to put on, and enjoy informal performances in the purpose built out-door space.
Set for delivering performances 'in the round' with seating for spectators, the amphitheater is versatile and suited to all kinds of performing arts - outdoor theatre, acoustic gigs, comedy and more. With the astoundingly beautiful backdrop of the South Downs National Park, this space should provide plenty of inspiration for all kinds of talent!