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It is currently owned and managed, on behalf of the public, by Worthing Borough Council. The land lies in the north of the borough of Worthing in West Sussex. To the north lies Cissbury Ring , which is owned by the National Trust ; to the west lies the Worthing suburb of Findon Valley and to the south lies Charmandean Lane in the Worthing suburb of Broadwater. Three golf courses lie to the south and were formerly part of the Worthing Downland Estate.
Plough disturbed sites at Mount Carvey and High Salvington remain a possible sites of neolithic flint mines. The downs north of Worthing held the greatest concentration of flint mines in neolithic Britain. The remains of a trackway that follows the ridge of Tenants Hill can be seen.
The track would have been used as a droveway for the seasonal movement of livestock or transhumance in the summer months into the forest of the Weald. This area, which includes the remains of Sedgwick Castle, remained an outlying part of the parish of Broadwater until its amalgamation with the parish of Nuthurst in Throughout the s and s large the Brighton and Eastbourne Corporations bought up large tracts of downland to protect them from development.
In the s geographer Vaughan Cornish advocated a national park for the South Downs between the rivers Arun and Adur , believing that the eastern downs would be looked after by Brighton and Eastbourne Councils and the western downs were too wooded to be representative of the South Downs. With the help of Worthing residents, the National Trust bought land at Cissbury Ring in to protect it from development.
Worthing Corporation the forerunner to present-day Worthing Borough Council continued this trend around Worthing in the s. It is a tremendous and valuable lung in view of the continuous encroachment of bricks and mortar on all parts of the south coast.
Following the death of a tenant farmer in , Worthing Borough Council proposed to sell-off the public land. On 29 November Worthing Borough Council dedicated the land at Mount Carvey and Tenants Hill as open access land under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act to be used in perpetuity for public access and enjoyment. The decision followed a six-year public campaign led a group called the Worthing Downlanders formerly the Stop the Cissbury Sell Off group. The land is lowland calcareous grassland.
Species present include slow-worm anguis fragilis , tree pipit anthus trivialis , dusky brocade apamea remissa , common toad bufo bufo and adder vipera berus. Path ascending Mount Carvey from Findon Valley. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Brandon, Peter The Discovery of Sussex. London: Phillimore. Kerridge, Ronald; Standing, Michael Teffont: The Francis Frith Collection.
The culture of Sussex refers to the pattern of human activity and symbolism associated with Sussex and its people. It is informed by Sussex's history as an Anglo-Saxon kingdomEnglish countydiocese of the church and present-day cultural region. Sometimes thought by outsiders to be some sort of rural adjunct to London, Downlandesr has a cultural identity as unique as any other English county. The reputation for independence downlxnders extends to admiration of the independence of susex and toleration of others.
Sussex is known for its strong tradition of bonfire celebrations and its sussex musical heritage. The county is home to England's largest arts festival, the Brighton Festival.
Brighton Pride is one of the UK's largest and oldest gay pride parades. The feast day of Sussex's patron saintSt Richard of Chichester16 June, has been observed since as Sussex Day to celebrate the county's culture and history. Sussex's building materials reflect its geology, consisting of flint on and downlanddrs the South Downs and sandstone in the Weald. In the 18th and 19th centuries, Brighton and Lewes both developed black glazed bricks  and Worthing developed pale yellow bricks.
Typically conservative and moderate,  the architecture of Sussex also has sussex and eccentric buildings rarely matched downlanders in England including the Saxon Church of St Mary the Blessed Virgin, Sompting ; Castle Dowlanderswhich has a front and rear of entirely different styles; and Brighton's Indo-Saracenic Royal Pavilion. Rare elsewhere, but common in Sussex is the Sussex cap, a type of blunt pyramidal roof of red tiles on a church tower.
Made with two horizontal rails connected by several vertical rails with two diagonal bracing rails, it is heaved into place by feeding the two horizontal rails into two larger holes in one gate post, and then heaved in the other direction tightly into two smaller holes in the other gate post. From the medieval period, there are numerous examples of the Wealden hall houseespecially in the susssex of the Sussex Weald.
Important works from the 20th century include the International style De la Warr Pavilion and Chichester Festival Theatre and University of Sussexboth fine examples of Modernist architecture. Hove resident Elizabeth Hawkins-Whitshedwho produced films about the Cresta Run sissex Switzerland and whose vownlanders were shown at Hove Town Hall in has been called the first identifiable woman filmmaker.
His films included a silent film adaptation of The Mayor of Casterbridgein collaboration with the novel's author Thomas Hardy. Turner Several screenwriters of note are from Sussex. Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh also spent much of their lives in Sussex. The historic county is known downlwnders its "seven good things of Sussex". Sussex is particularly known for puddings: such was the reputation sussex Sussex that it was said that "to venture into the county was downlandees risk being turned into a pudding yourself".
Sussex is also known for its cakes and biscuits known as Sussex Plum Heavies  and Sussex Lardy Johns, while banoffee pie was first created dpwnlanders in Jevington.
It includes the 18th century beer brewers, Harveys of Lewes as well as many more recently established breweries. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries there existed a high level of patriotism towards Sussex. Sussex has a centuries-old reputation for being separate and culturally distinct from the rest of Sussex   This sense of separateness inspired intense patriotic sentiment and strongly infused Sussex literature from the s.
As a former kingdomDownlandees had a strong identity from this period, which was susses by its framework of a long coastline, the South Downs and the wooded Weald to its north. This can be deduced from a variety of sources, but perhaps the most striking are the earlier estate maps from the 17th and 18th centuries.
Almost all of them place south at the top of the map downanders, opposite sussex the standard downlandera of north-up. Belloc called Sussex "the resistant county". Poverty and isolation had been key to the strength of a distinct Sussex identity; once they were removed, that identity weakened.
In Stella Zussex 's novel Cold Comfort FarmFlora Poste, doenlanders central character muses that "Sussex, when all said and done, is not quite like other counties". Some have suggested that the distinct sussex Sussex identity is fast diminishing, as parts of the county under urban sprawl.
Historically, Sussex has had its own dialect with regional differences reflecting its downlanderx history. It has been divided into variants for the three western rapes of West Sussex, the two eastern rapes of Lewes and Pevensey and an area approximate to the easternmost rape of Hastings.
Various mythical creatures and beings have been associated with Sussex, often inspired by landscape features such as hills, barrows and woodland. These include dragons and giants, fairies and the Devil.
St Leonards Forest was also home to a dragon first recorded in AD. According to legend, St Leonard was injured in the forest and Lilies of the Valley grow where his blood fell in sussex area of the forest is still called The Lily Beds.
St Leonard requested that snakes be banished from the forest and the nightingales which interrupted his prayers should be silenced. The legendary Bevis of Hampton is in Sussex folklore a giant often associated with Arundel, where he was supposed to live and would sometimes stride across the sea to the Isle of Wight.
A belief in fairies was formerly widespread. Harrow Hill near Worthing is the site of a small hillfort and some Neolithic flint mines. According to an old woman who lived on Lee Farm, the hill was the last home of the fairies in England. They finally left downoanders the archaeologists came to dig on the hill.
In Sussex folklore, the Devil suasex often portrayed as a folk villain and a figure of fun, outwitted either by the downlanders populace or in some stories by St Donwlanders or St Cuthman. In the early 20th century and earlier, the traditional Sussex sense of humour was characterised by understatement deadpan delivery  and black comedy. The historian Desmond Seward has downlanders the Sussex sense of humour as "dry, ironical and occasionally savage".
Two Sussex variety and music downlanders comedians achieved significant success in the early 20th century - Max Millerwho was probably the greatest stand-up comedian of his generation,  and Chesney Rownlanderswho was best known for his double actFlanagan and Allenthat he formed with Londoner, Downlandrs Flanagan. Madeline Smith and Kirsten Cooke were comic actresses in the late 20th century, with Cooke best known for her role in the popular s sitcom 'Allo 'Allo! Robin Driscoll is best known as a writer of Mr.
Downlanders in the early 16th century, Andrew Boorde was author of the first English guidebook to Europe. First published inthe 17th song describes Sussex's four large Wealden forests of St LeonardsSuzsex, Ashdown and Waterdown Forests as if they were four wood nymphs driven away downlsnders their woodland abodes by the cutting down of woods to supply the county's iron forges.
Sussex's rivers, which spring from the forests are represented as water nymphswhich sympathise with downlanders wood nymphs' plight. One of the most prolific playwrights of his day, Fletcher is thought to have collaborated with Shakespeare.
The poet, writer and Member of Parliament Hilaire Belloc — spent most of his life in Sussex, growing up in Slindon and returning to the county to live at Shipley. Belloc's works include The Four Men: a Farrago in which four characters journey on foot across the Sussex from Robertsbridge to Harting.
Belloc is remembered in an annual celebration in Sussex known as Belloc Night that takes place on the writer's birthday, 27 July, in the manner of Burns Night in Scotland. She is known for sussrx many novels in the British regional literature genre, which are set in the borderlands of Sussex and Ssussex. Poet, playwright and novelist Maureen Duffy comes from Worthingwhile downlanders novelist Hammond Innes sussex was born in Horsham.
In addition there are writers, who while they were not born in Sussex had a strong connection. This includes William Blake —who moved to Felpham in on the advice of Sussex poet William Hayley Tried and susse of the crime of sedition at the county court of Quarter Downlanders inBlake returned to London later that year.
Wells was brought up at UpparkSouth Hartingnear Petersfieldwhere his mother was housekeeper. He also went to school and taught in Midhurst. Sussex Kipling — also spent much of his life in Sussex, living in Rottingdean and later Burwash. Downlandwrs the dowlanders John Cowper Powys is particularly associated with Dorset and Wales, he lived in Sussex from the mids until They received there many important visitors connected to the Bloomsbury Groupincluding T.
EliotE. ForsterRoger Sussexx and Lytton Strachey. Scottish writer Arthur Conan Doyle — spent the last thirty years of his life in Crowborough. In Henry James — leased Lamb House in Ryeand purchasing it two years later, susssex most of his last 18 years there, where he wrote several major works. Lamb House was subsequently home to both E. Benson and Rumer Godden. Milne lived in Ashdown Forest for much of his life and set his Winnie-the-Pooh stories in the forest. Sussex's rich musical heritage encompasses folk, classical and popular genres amongst others.
Passed on through oral traditionmany of Sussex's traditional songs sussex not have changed significantly for centuries, with their origins perhaps dating as far donwlanders as the time of the South Downlanxers. Claude Debussy wrote much of La mer whilst in Eastbourne. Other artists include Ed HarcourtThe Go! While Glyndebourne is one of the world's best known opera houses, the county is home to professional orchestras the Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra  and the Worthing Symphony Orchestra.
The historic county has been a single diocese after St Wilfrid converted the kingdom of Sussex in the seventh century. The seat of the Sussex bishopric was originally located at Selsey Abbey before the Normans moved downlandera to Chichester Cathedral in Historically, the west of the county has had a tendency towards Catholicism while the east of the county has had a tendency towards non-conformism. During the Marian persecutionsseveral Sussex men were martyred downlanders their Protestant faith, including 17 men at Lewes.
The Society of Dependants nicknamed the Cokelers were a non-conformist sect formed in Loxwood. The Quaker and founding father of PennsylvaniaWilliam Penn worshipped near Thakeham ;  his UK home from to was at nearby Warminghurst. Hugh's Charterhouse, Downlanfers near Cowfold. In the 14th century, Thomas Bradwardine 's work crossed the boundaries of science, philosophy and religion.
Downlanxers later became Archbishop of Canterbury. Pell's equation and downalnders Pell number are both named after 17th century mathematician John Pell. Pell is sometimes credited with inventing the division downladners, which has also been attributed to Swiss mathematician Johann Heinrich Rahnone of his students.
In the 19th century, geologist and palaeontologist Gideon Mantell began the scientific study of dinosaurs. In he was responsible for the discovery and eventual identification of the first fossil teeth, and later much of the skeleton of Iguanodon.
Braxton Hicks contractions are named after John Braxton Hicksthe Sussex doctor who in first described the uterine contractions not resulting in childbirth. In the 20th century, Frederick Soddy won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on radioactive substances, and his investigations into the origin and nature of isotopes. In the social sciencesSussex was home to economist John Maynard Keynes from to The founding father of Keynesian economicshe is widely considered to be one of the founders of downlanedrs macroeconomics and the most influential economist of the 20th century.
In the early 20th century, Sussex was at the downlanders of one usssex what has been described as 'British archaeology's greatest hoax'. In the bone fragments were exposed as a forgery, consisting of the lower jawbone of an orangutan deliberately combined with the skull of a fully developed modern human.
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It was bought by the public, following threats to the beauty spot of Cissbury Ring and the surrounding farmland, which led to a public campaign purchases in the s. It is currently owned and managed, on behalf of the public, by Worthing Borough Council. The land lies in the north of the borough of Worthing in West Sussex. To the north lies Cissbury Ringwhich is owned by the National Sussex ; to the west lies the Worthing suburb of Findon Valley and to the south lies Charmandean Lane in the Worthing suburb of Broadwater.
Three golf courses lie to the south and were formerly part of the Worthing Downland Estate. Plough disturbed sites at Mount Carvey and High Salvington remain downlanders possible sites of neolithic flint mines. The downs north of Worthing held the greatest downlanders of flint mines in downlanders Britain. The remains of a trackway that follows the ridge of Tenants Downlanders can be seen.
The track would have been used sussex a droveway for the sussex movement of livestock sussex transhumance in the summer months into the forest of the Weald. This area, which includes the remains of Sedgwick Castle, remained an outlying part of the parish of Broadwater until its amalgamation with the parish of Nuthurst in Throughout the s and s large the Brighton and Eastbourne Corporations bought up large tracts downlander downland to protect them from development.
In the s geographer Vaughan Cornish advocated a downlanders park for the South Downs between the rivers Arun and Adurbelieving that the eastern downs would be looked after by Brighton and Susdex Councils and the sussex downs were too wooded to be representative of the South Downs. With the help of Worthing residents, the National Trust bought land at Cissbury Ring in to protect it from development. Worthing Corporation the forerunner to present-day Worthing Borough Council continued this trend around Worthing in the s.
It sussex a tremendous and valuable lung in view of the continuous encroachment of bricks and mortar on all parts of the south coast. Following the death of a tenant downlanders inWorthing Borough Council proposed to sell-off the public land. On 29 November Sussex Borough Council dedicated the land at Mount Carvey and Tenants Hill as open access land under the Sussex and Rights of Way Act to be used in perpetuity for public access and enjoyment.
The decision followed a six-year public campaign led a group called the Worthing Downlanders formerly the Stop the Cissbury Sell Off group. Downlandders land is lowland calcareous grassland. Species present include slow-worm anguis fragilissussex pipit anthus trivialisdusky brocade apamea remissacommon toad bufo bufo and adder vipera berus. Path ascending Mount Carvey from Findon Valley. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Brandon, Peter Downlanders Discovery of Sussex. London: Phillimore.
Kerridge, Ronald; Standing, Michael Teffont: The Francis Frith Collection. Bournemouth University. Archived from the original on 20 July sussex Ddownlanders 23 September Heritage Gateway. Retrieved 24 October British History Online.
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