Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist
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"Where there's an opera house there are bound to be tea rooms" I said. So we turned off towards Glyndebourne and I was right. Well, sort of: there's nothing at Glyndebourne itself but there's a lovely tea room- with home-made cakes and scones- at Glynde- a mile and bit down the road.

Glynde is set in the heart of the South Downs. This is the descent towards the village...

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And here's the charming little 18th century church...

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Next door to the church is Glynde Place- a Jacobean House that is open to the public occasionally, but not in early March. Here's the gatehouse. I don't think I'm imagining that the bell tower is a little skew-whiff.

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