Easter at East Hoathly

A local trip to this unspoilt corner of East Sussex, partly to keep the winter cobwebs off “the boat”. Trip dates: 18 – 21 April (Easter) 2019.

We were fortunate to happen upon the first ever open house exhibition of erotic art by a local artist. The styles are varied, but the Picasso-esque flavour of the painting in the garden seemed appropriate, given that the great man visited the area in the 1950s. (Try googling “Picasso Chiddingly”.)
‘Twas a peaceful place to camp.
Behind most great campsites there is a great pub. The King’s Head was the popular village pub. Adjoining the pub is the 1648 Brewery, which has produced many a post-choir-rehearsal pint.
A place where wood nymphs would certainly be playing, if they existed.
A quintessential Sussex scene.
We concocted a decent cycling circuit, including part of the Cuckoo Trail, which took us via an alcohol-free beer at the Gun at Gun Hill.

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