This Church was built by Charles and Christina Hensley of Pratsham Grange, Tanhurst Lane as a lasting memorial to the eldest son, Everard, who was fatally shot by his cousin while rabbit shooting in 1892.
It is a small building built of local Surrey brick, and capable of seating 90, the interior is simple and completely lacking fuss. Colour is introduced by the stained glass in the five East windows, all of which are dedicated to the Hensleys or their cousins the Burneys.
Buttercups here
Orchids
The house is of interest as an early work of the architect Sir Aston Webb, who built Admiralty Arch and the main front of Buckingham Palace. Now used for corporate events and weddings, or looks as though it will be soon.
Maybe access across these fields have improved since this walk was mapped in 2008
Access across the fields is very clear
I want one!
A church has been here since 1141
Buttercups there
And buttercups everywhere
Forest Green and Ewhurst
Ann
Author: Ann (ID: 12616)
Posted: 2011-05-28 15:33 GMT+00:00
Mileage: 9.33 km
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A 5.5 mile walk over undulating farmland. Good views towards Leith Hill and later, towards the South Downs

Holy Trinity, Forest Green
This Church was built by Charles and Christina Hensley of Pratsham Grange, Tanhurst Lane as a lasting memorial to the eldest son, Everard, who was fatally shot by his cousin while rabbit shooting in 1892.
It is a small building built of local Surrey brick, and capable of seating 90, the interior is simple and completely lacking fuss. Colour is introduced by the stained glass in the five East windows, all of which are dedicated to the Hensleys or their cousins the Burneys.
Buttercups here
Orchids
North Breache Manor
The house is of interest as an early work of the architect Sir Aston Webb, who built Admiralty Arch and the main front of Buckingham Palace. Now used for corporate events and weddings, or looks as though it will be soon.
#3. Looking back towards the Manor
Maybe access across these fields have improved since this walk was mapped in 2008
#3 Looking towards the road
Access across the fields is very clear
I want one!
St Peter & St Paul, Ewhurst
A church has been here since 1141
Buttercups there
And buttercups everywhere
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