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The Weald, Wealden, East Sussex, South East, England, United Kingdom (51.04949 0.04739)
Neither the thin infertile sands of the High Weald or the wet sticky clays of the Low Weald are suited to intensive arable farming and the topography of the area often increases the difficulties. There are limited areas of fertile greens and which can be used for intensive vegetable growing, as in the valley of the Western Rother. Historically the area of cereals grown has varied greatly with changes in prices, increasing during the Napoleonic Wars and during and since World War II.
High Weald AONB, Main Road, Hadlow Down, Wealden, East Sussex, South East, England, TN22 4HS, United Kingdom (51.02761 0.34060)
Coordinates: 50.85633 -0.30345 51.19888 0.78210 - Minimum elevation: 0 m - Maximum elevation: 294 m - Average elevation: 44 m
Marlpits, Ninfield, Wealden, East Sussex, South East England, England, TN33 9LE, United Kingdom (50.89365 0.42664)
Coordinates: 50.87365 0.40664 50.91365 0.44664 - Minimum elevation: 2 m - Maximum elevation: 119 m - Average elevation: 47 m
Herstmonceux Castle, Wartling Road, Windmill Hill, Wartling, Wealden, East Sussex, South East, England, BN27 1RN, United Kingdom (50.86958 0.33844)
Coordinates: 50.86923 0.33829 50.86984 0.33920 - Minimum elevation: -1 m - Maximum elevation: 83 m - Average elevation: 16 m