If you're looking for a cultured experience, Alfriston can give you one. A small village located in the district of Wealden, Alfriston has seen its fair share of history, such as the beginnings of The Star Inn, which was originally a religious hostel before becoming an inn in the 16th Century and was soon used a base for a smuggling gang. There are two other pubs though if the Star Inn doesn't take your fancy; The George Inn and The Smugglers Inn. There's also a market for any shopping that needs to be done, and the village has its own clay pigeon shooting club. Make sure to visit in December during Alfriston Christmas Weekend.
Sunday 23 April sees the National Trust’s hamlet at Saddlescombe open to the public for its annual open day.&...Read More >
The True CRIME Museum welcomed author Ricki Thomas last Sunday to tell the story of her correspondence with serial ...Read More >