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Like its near neighbour Dunsfold, this cluster of weather-tiled cottages close to the Surrey-Sussex border derives part of its name from the term for a cattle enclosure. But in the 16th century, Alford was also a major glass-making centre. The tile-hung Crown Inn on the Loxwood Road was on the smuggler's route from Sussex to the north.

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