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Caption for Amberley, the Village c1960: We are in a marshy area - Amberley Wild Brooks, beside the tidal and navigable River Arun. The castle was a fortified manor of the Bishops of Chichester; it was crenellated c1377 to defend the coastal area and the river estuary. The manor was granted long before the Norman Conquest. During the civil war King Charles II sheltered here after the Battle of Worcester en route to Shoreham to embark for France. The Norman church of St Michael adjoins the castle. The varying height of the old houses built of flint and stone with thatch and tile, contrasts with the varying width of the roadway. It is now a village where artists like to work.

An extract from Villages of Sussex Photographic Memories.

Memories of Amberley

I was born in Amberley July 26th 1941, my sisters were evacuated there and mother and father came to visit them and then I came along! Memories are faint and distant, but holidays were spent there after the war with my sisters. The two ladies were so kind and treated us all like daughters, Mrs Webber and the (...Read full memory)

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