Walks And Walking – Brede Walk in East Sussex
This was a fabulous 6 mile circular walk from historical Brede in East Sussex, home of the Sussex Ogre!
We parked the car in the Red Lion pub car park and walked left on to the A28 and walked all the way until we reached the bridge crossing over the River Brede by Little Knight’s Oast.
We walked left over the stile to follow the main track by the river, where we saw the first sign of the Sussex Ogre and local Trolls by Doleham Farm, all the way to a bridge.
We crossed over the bridge and followed the track left to the railway tunnel.
We then walked up the hill to the farm and walked right at the lane, ignoring the first lane on our right hand side to walk left at the signpost waymarked the 1066 Country Walk.
We continued our walk along the 1066 Country Walk crossing over the railway line across fields to Pattleton’s Farm where we followed the lane to the T-junction.
We then walked left and then right on to the A28 before walking left in to Crowham Manor.
At the next signpost on the left we walked across fields to Benskins and a lane where we walked right down hill.
We continued our walk by turning right at the next signpost across fields to the Water Works and then up to the lane.
At the lane we walked right to slowly climb up hill all the way to Brede Church, the final resting place of the Sussex Ogre, Sir Goddard Oxenbridge.
We then walked to the end of the lane where we walked left back up to the Red Lion pub exactly 3 hours later.