Fletching is a very pretty village which encompasses Piltdown. The story of the Piltdown Man is legendary. The discovery of his bones in 1912 was thought to be the missing link between humans and apes. The importance of the bones remained controversial until it was revealed as a forgery in 1953. The Piltdown Man pub is now called The Lamb.

My picture shows the old church of St Andrew and St Mary the Virgin which is 12th century. Simon de Montfort prayed there before the Battle of Lewes.

In medieval times Fletching was a major producer of bows and arrows, many of which were used at the Battle of Agincourt.

The Griffin Pub is featured in one of my vignettes. Excellent for food and the garden looks out over wonderful views.

Placing an Order

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For the large size, the size of the print is 13½” x 10½” in a mount of  20” x 16”.
If you opt for a frame this makes the overall size 21” by 17”.
For the small size, the size of the print is 9½” x 6½” in a mount of  16” x 12”.
If you opt for a frame this makes the overall size 17” by 13”.

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