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The Early Imberhorne Manor House

The Early Imberhorne Manor House by Jeremy Clarke

Imberhorne Farm is located to the south of Felbridge and west of East Grinstead, with the Manor house built in 1428 and still standing today.

Why not come and discover the copy of Westminster Great Hall within these cottages and more about this fascinating building?’

Jeremy Clarke and his wife founded the Felbridge and District History Group in 1998, and have been researching the local area for over 30 years. Jeremy has a particular interest in the medieval period and how it impacts the landscape and settlement patterns that we see today.

The talk is on Thursday 25th May at 7:30pm.

The talk will take place at East Grinstead Museum. 

Tickets are £6.

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The photograph shows the old manor house, after a lightning strike in 1926.

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