Well, it could have been yesterday, but where was it please?
Well, they did want to join Footpath Companions, but couldn't keep up. Where did we leave them?
This small folly is at Woolbeding House, using stone from Scotland and set in what Disraeli described as “the loveliest valley”. It was used in the civil wedding ceremony of Sir Simon Sainsbury and Stewart Grimshaw. Simon Sainsbury left art works worth £100 million to the National Gallery and The Tate.
The gnarly tree is in The Race, Easebourne, a permitted footpath on the Cowdray Estate, comprising a long line of sweet chestnuts around 300 to 400 years old.
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