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Caption for Warnham, Topiary Work 1928: We are just north-west of Horsham. The church of St Margaret's has a neatly clipped yew tunnel at the churchyard entrance. Inside is an elaborate monument to the memory of John Caryll, an ironmaster. Warnham watermill is on the site of an iron furnace; it has been nicely restored to workable order. Warnham Mill Pond is a beautiful iron industry water source with a large earth dam behind the mill. The picture shows a neatly sculptured hedge forming decorative peacocks. Stone flag pavements line the road. Brickmaking is an important local industry: a hundred million bricks were made a year in the 1970s. The topiary yew hedge is now grown out; otherwise the scene is still similar.

An extract from Villages of Sussex Photographic Memories.

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