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Photographer: © Trevor Sims (Gallery)(10th April 2009)
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There is a legend that William the Conqueror flew his standard at Standard Hill on the current A269, before the Battle of Hastings on Senlac Field in Battle. The village is mentioned in the Domesday book as having been badly damaged by the Conquerors forces in 1066.

A picture of: Ninfield, East Sussex

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Comment by Ruth Gregory(11th April 2009)

Another lovely shot - thanks for the history, too!

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