This event will take place in Warnham, West Sussex on approximately 90 acres of pasture, mainly horse fields.
Hard standing and parking, toilet and full catering available thanks to Nigel at Foodie Doodies.
Warnham is home to 14th Century St.Margarets church.
Lots of history surrounding this area.
Kingsfold is the northern settlement on the A24 and Marches Road 2.8 miles (4.5 km) north of Horsham. The village lies close to the Surrey border just south of site of the medieval Shiremark Mill, also known as Capel Mill and Kingsfold Mill which is 20 metres north of the border in Capel. The village has one pub, The Owl.
Goosegreen or Goose Green
Goosegreen consists of a small group of farms and cottages between Warnham and Broadbridge Heath and includes four Grade II listed buildings. To the south of the hamlet is a cricket ground, home to the Broadbridge Heath Cricket Club, and tennis courts. Most of the houses are owned or were formerly owned by the Warnham Park Estate, whose offices are at Bailing Hill Farm.
Rowhook is a hamlet on the Broadbridge Heath to Ewhurst, Surrey road 3 miles (4.8 km) northwest of Horsham. Rowhook lies on a junction of two Roman roads, one being Stane Street (Chichester), the other an unnamed road which runs to the top of "Hurtwood" on the Greensand Ridge in Ewhurst.
From the junction of the A29 and the A281 to the south,[
the course of Stane Street passes through Waterland Farm, becomes a lane which joins the Rowhook Road next to the Chequers Inn, a Grade II listed building and continues in a northeasterly direction towards Ockley in Surrey, where it once again joins the A29.
While divided by the parish boundaries of Warnham, Slinfold and Rudgwick, the majority of the hamlet and in particular, Rowhook Manor, which is a Grade II listed building of early medieval origin, is in Warnham civil parish.
Detecting 09:00 - 16:00, please ensure you are present for the briefing at 08:55.
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