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High Weald

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Wooded valleys, rolling hills and centuries-old walkways past farms and meadows: the fourth largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the country, this is the English countryside at its picturesque best.

Just a short drive to the south of London, this magical patch of woodland extends from East to West Sussex and Surrey, and into the Kentish High Weald, and provides blue-bell dotted, leaf-kicking walks through ancient forests for ramblers and families. 'Weald' means 'wilderness', but environmental evidence points to the High Weald area as being a Neolithic hunter-gatherer hotspot, but for modern foodies the High Weald Dairy at Tremains Farm in West Sussex provides foraging on many levels; this is the place to stock up on cow, sheep or goat cheese, or take a cheese-making course on-site.

Fancy a beer with your goat? High Weald Brewery, to the south of East Grinstead, has produced artisan beers since 2012, from bitters to pale ales, and stocked several outlets in the local area. Walkers here are never too far from a picturesque pub pulling pints of the amber nectar and serving up plates of hot Sunday lunches. After refreshments, the medieval wilds are there to be explored, hop gardens, orchards, streams, ponds, miles of heathland and scenice flower meadows, all housing an abundance of wildlife.

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