Ditchling itself manages to retain a surprising amount of its pre-war character, which attracted Eric Gill and so many other artists to it.

The church, said to be over-restored, but this is not evident from a distance :-

Opposite the museum, on the other side of the Green is a house, Cotterlings, faced with red and black mathematical tiles:-

Next door is Wings Place, Tudor perfect:-

The High Street has more Tudor houses, including Bank House (1573):-

We particularly liked the small private cemetery for the Browne family attached to the Old Meeting House:-


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