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Whistlestop Talks...

is exploring a Rudgwick Heritage Trail

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Join us for a very special festive episode of Whistlestop Talks. We follow the 'Rudgwick: A High Point in the Low Weald' trail which was created by the Rudgwick Preservation Society.

In this episode, we take a self-guided tour of this beautiful village and learn all about its history, which is bought to life through the words written by Roger Nash and his team of volunteers at the Rudgwick Preservation Society.

This trail is just 1 of 21 new Heritage Trails which form the Horsham District Heritage Trails project, jointly created by Horsham Museum and Horsham District Community Partnerships Forum, and supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.  

We are accompanied on our walk by the sounds of the Speakeasy Revival Orchestra, adding some festive cheer to our rural adventure.

You can listen by clicking the play button below or click the 'Download Single' button to download the MP3 track to listen to it offline. 

Warning! You may hear the sound of gunshots in the background throughout the recording - don't be alarmed, we are in the countryside in this episode so there was a bit of game shooting happening nearby!

the trail starts at the King's Head Pub
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the Downs Link path
deck the halls with boughs of holly...
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click on the bauble to download Luna's Soup recipe!
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Craft Activity

This episode's craft activity is inspired by the many beautifully decorated trees we saw on our walk, as well the woodlands we wandered through. We hope that you enjoy making this Light Up Tree, a perfect little decoration to add to your home!

Download the How-To Guide HERE which gives you simple step by step instructions of how to make the craft.

You can also watch the How-to Video here >>>

*Music featured in this video is performed by the Speakeasy Revival Orchestra