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    Enjoy wonderful views of the South Downs and the Devil’s Dyke in this circular stroll

    The minor villa of Saddlescombe sits on the South Downs Way and has a rich history. Recorded in the Domesday Book, it has been a downland ranch for as long as 1,000 years. The Knights Templar once possessed Walk the Devil’s Dyke– the Templar request’s priests lived, cultivated and revered here during the thirteenth and fourteenth hundreds of years. During World War II, Canadian fighters utilized the encompassing fields as a preparation ground. Today Saddlescombe is a tranquil village with a ranch, a walkers’ bistro and a National Trust office. The chalk downland of Newtimber Hill, over the homestead, is wealthy in wild blooms and is an extraordinary spot to…