Pevensey and Westham Village

A combination of history and those little eccentricities that contribute to the individual identities of the typical English village. Pevensey and Westham, at present, seems to be resisting the invasion of 21st Century hegemonisation.

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Beautifully kept gardens in the church yard.
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A place to spend a quiet moment.
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Ancient grave stones.
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Pevensey Castle 290AD
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Now miles from the sea but built, originally on a peninsula
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Scarecrow type effigies suggests we are heading towards harvest time.
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I think his name was Patch
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The Romans, the Saxons…
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the Normans…
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the clergy…
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and, of course, the drunkard.
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