Any day-tripper to the Brighton coast can’t fail to notice the horizon’s newest edition – eight miles out in theRead more
The Cass Sculpture Foundation is a little-known 26 acre, open-air sculpture park, tucked away behind Goodwood Racecourse.
Among gentle woodland you can marvel at a towering bust of Chairman Mao, see the spoils of an archaeological dig from the future, and picnic under a T-Rex.
The foundation is the creation of scientist and businessman William Cass and his wife Jeannette Cass, who live in the grounds.Read more
Discovered in 1835, the Margate Shell Grotto remains one of Britain’s biggest mysteries – a collection of subterranean mosaics, ofRead more
We’ve all heard of King Alfred: the 9th century king who defeated the vikings and united the English. He’s a figure shrouded in mystery and romanticism and an important part of his story lies in wait in a hidden East Sussex village. Sort of.Read more
Visited by ODOmatt January 26th 2019 Located between Eastbourne and Brighton, the small industrial port town of Newhaven has it’sRead more
Part of the ‘Once Existed’ Project – Visited by the ODOstefan, Eloise, Darla, Theo, Rachel and Matt on the 11thRead more
A Historical Footnote – visited by ODOmatt on the 28th February 2018. A chip in the wall of an oldRead more
Part of the ‘Once Existed’ Project – Visited by the ODOmatt on the 10th February 2018 Splashing through muddy lanes andRead more
A Historical Footnote – visited by ODOmatt on the 3th February 2018 The mighty Scottish highlands, imperious Snowdonia, the magisterialRead more
A Historical Footnote – visited by ODOmatt on the 28th Jan 2018 The quaint, unassuming town of Steyning in WestRead more