The land was left to the Trust in 2004. This 12 acres near Boston, Lincolnshire includes an area which has been managed as wildlife habitat for some years and the CRT will be continuing this conservation work.
Location: The Granary Paddock, High Street, Buxted, East Sussex, TN22 4TZ (view map)
Description: The land comprises a small paddock adjoining the church in Buxted and a larger field used for grazing.
Two parcels of land which were made over to the Trust by Mary Thorley in 2000 by Deed of Gift. The CRT owns a number of small paddocks amounting to 5 acres. The land was gifted to the CRT by Mary Thorley. The CRT is following Mary’s wishes by holding back developers!
Left to the CRT in 2015 by Mr Eric Standen, Yarwell will remain a place for summer grazing and haymaking; with the exception of the wettest area of the field, in which a number of Willow trees (Salix alba caerulea) have been planted in association with J.S. Wright & Sons, the largest cricket bat producer in the UK.