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Exploring Wonderful Sussex - Home of Early Oak Reproductions

Your buying process, from Early Oak Reproductions, should be just as enjoyable, as actually owning our products. So, if you're planning a visit to our furniture and interiors showroom, and you can spare the time of course, why not include an opportunity to see some more delights, our county of Sussex has to offer?

Of course, if you live reasonably close to us, you'll be familiar with our wonderful locality, so there'll be no need to sell this one to you. But if you're coming from some distance away, here's a taste of what our county has to offer.


Published date 10 Jun 2017Category wonderful-sussex

Alfriston School & Berwick Church Swift Conservation Project

Alfriston School and Berwick Church Swift Project 2017

Alfriston Primary School, in partnership with 12th century St Michael and All Angels parish church, in nearby Berwick village (just a short walk from our showroom), are running a swift conservation project during 2017. This project, in response to the decline in numbers in the UK, was inspired by a mourner at... Read more >>


Published date 25 May 2017Category wonderful-sussex

C15th Bayleaf farmhouse and farmstead at Singleton museum

Bayleaf farmhouse and farmstead at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum

The Weald and Downland Museum, at Singleton, in West Sussex, has been developing the site surrounding the beautiful reconstructed Wealden Hall House, known as Bayleaf, since 1987. Using Medieval manuscript illustrations and early documents as detailed recorded evidence, the intention is to create, as close as... Read more >>


Published date 09 Jun 2014Category wonderful-sussex

A fine example of a Sussex Wealden Hall House.

Wealden Hall House in Sussex

Just one, of a number of exquisite timber framed houses, tucked away down the leafy country lanes of Sussex. A particularly atmospheric and fine example of a Wealden Hall House, in a stunning old brick paved courtyard setting. This unique style of medieval oak construction is commonplace throughout our... Read more >>


Published date 09 Oct 0000Category wonderful-sussex

Wilmington, Sussex. The Long Man, Priory, Village Church and Cottages

The Long Man of Wilmington, Sussex, viewed from the outskirts of its namesake village.

Origins Lying at the foot of the South Downs, this is the second village, after Folkington, travelling westwards from Polegate, along the north escarpment of the hillside. Wilmington is essentially a one street affair (with the exception of a mid 1900's built cul-de-sac) and was the inspiration behind the... Read more >>


Published date 10 Jun 0000Category wonderful-sussex

1930s built Long Bridge linking Alfriston to Litlington

Long Bridge, over the River Cuckmere, linking Alfriston to Litlington.

This is the so called Long Bridge, over the River Cuckmere, that links the Sussex villages of Alfriston and Litlington. There has been a bridge here for centuries, possibly even as far back as the Domesday Book, and the route forms part of the Old Coach Road. The rather interestingly designed brick bridge, we... Read more >>


Published date 04 Jun 0000Category wonderful-sussex

This is East Sussex - From Bo Peep Hill

This is East Sussex, from Bo Peep Hill, on The South Downs Way.

We're on part of The South Downs Way here, looking north and slightly westwards. Left of centre, you can just make out the red tiled buildings that include Charleston House, the home of the Bloomsbury Set, i.e. Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant et all. The house and grounds are open to the public and are a... Read more >>


Published date 09 Feb 0000Category wonderful-sussex

Medieval Clergy House, Alfriston, Sussex

Clergy House from Alfriston Tye.

The Clergy House is an exquisite thatched medieval 'Wealden Hall House', dating back to the 14th century. This very early timber framed building is situated on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Alfriston, in Sussex, and sits virtually on the banks of the River Cuckmere.Overlooking the Tye, and... Read more >>



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