Our Northwood stone sits close to boundary lands which have subtly shifted over the last 1000 years.The wider historic Northwood landscape revolved around authority, and as we shall see in future posts, the struggle for power. The Normans brought their desire for hunting to Britain and both Arundel and Slindon had medieval parks that could allow evocative views of deer and the landscape scene – and the perception of hunting – to be appreciated without having to struggle beyond a warm room.
More of this post in the published book.
Part 2 here
Old Sussex Mapped project here