'A Highly Original Work'
A Review by
The Magazine of the Ramblers
Spiral Bound Paperback: 112 pages
Author: David Clarke
Publisher: History Walks
Walking the High Weald (2nd Edition)
Three Castles and an Ironmaster's House
New re-walked, revised and fully updated wire bound 2019 Guidebook to Walking the High Weald - Three Castles and an Ironmaster's House 2nd Edition
Available only by Mail Order from History Walks
The Ramblers wrote:
'The cornerstones of this 50-mile (30km) circular history walk through Kent and Sussex, inspired by King Harold's march to battle, are the National Trust properties of Bodiam Castle, Sissinghurst Castle, Scotney Castle and Bateman's (hence Three Castles and an Ironmaster's House).
It's a highly original work and the well-written guidebook, with maps, black and white photos and lots of practical information, is full of interesting historical information including smugglers' tales, rebellions, industry and murders.
The route is fully accessible by bus and train and the loop around the High Weald visits Cranbrook, Lamberhurst, Burwash, Robertsbridge and Benenden.'
17 February 2016
Whether it is to chart your progress or celebrate the completion of Walking the High Weald on Three Castles and an Ironmaster’s House, your very own Passport and Certificate are available from History Walks, Talks and Books.
Passports can be downloaded every time you complete a section by emailing History Walks at email@example.com
Bodiam Castle to Sissinghurst Castle
Sissinghurst Castle to Scotney Castle
Scotney Castle to Bateman’s
Bateman’s to Bodiam Castle
And when you finish, email me again at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and date of completion, for your certificate.
Both Passports and Certificates will be emailed back to you on application