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Memories of Ticehurst, from Etchingham Banks c1960

This is taken from one of my fields, known as Etchingham Banks, on what was then Wedds Farm. It is in fact in Etchingham parish, not Ticehurst, a strange anomaly considering it's half a mile from the church. If you go up there now, the view is almost the same. The field is still grass and still has bullocks (...Read full memory)

I lived on Wedds Farm from around 1948 to 1963. My father, George Couzens, a wartime Battle of Britain fighter pilot, was manager of the farm which was owned by Mr A. Howeson. They had met in the RAF during the war. I believe that the photograph would have been taken c1960. The farm certainly had had a milking herd (...Read full memory)

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