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The tiny village of Bramber lies just outside Steyning and is best known for its Norman castle and 11th-century church. Walk along the River Adur if it’s sunny; on a rainy day, head over to Steyning for a spot of shopping and afternoon tea.
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This Norman motte and bailey castle is perched high on a hill overlooking the village of Bramber and the River Adur.
Built in 1073, St. Nicholas is the oldest Norman church in Sussex.