Monday, 22 April 2019


Lewes Castle is one of the oldest Norman castles in the UK. Situated relatively close to Hastings, it was one of the first fortifications built in England by the conquering Norman army of William I (sometimes referred to as The Conquerer or The Bastard). Temperatures today reached a very pleasant 24 degrees in Sussex, lovely. Made for a grand time exploring the castle ruins and grounds; however returning to the mundane of work will seem that bit harder LOL.

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