An outstanding cultural landscape

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Welcome to the High Weald

What is the High Weald?

A medieval landscape of wooded, rolling hills studded with sandstone outcrops; small, irregular-shaped fields; scattered farmsteads; and ancient routeways. The 1461km2 area covers parts of Kent, Sussex and Surrey at the heart of South East England.

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Explore the High Weald

This historic landscape is packed with things to see and do! Use our interactive map to discover walks, nature reserves, attractions and local producers; whether you’re a thrill-seeker or searching for peace and quiet, you’ll find it here…

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Latest News & Updates

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Create, Inspire, Improve: New Lund Fellowship supports research and training in the High Weald

Offering grants of up to £7,500, the Lund Fellowship helps people with a connection to the High Weald gain knowledge and skills that will benefit the community and landscape.

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Introducing the High Weald Nature and Community Fund

Previously known as Sussex Lund, the Fund supports work that benefits people and nature in the High Weald National Landscape. Apply by 15 July for grants up to £20,000...

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Meet us at the Heathfield Agricultural Show!

Come and find us on stand C36 this Saturday (25 May). Hear about our latest grant opportunities for farmers, land mangers and communities, and enjoy our storytelling performance of The Nightjar's Journey...

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