West Sussex, England
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Gravelroots is a locally operated website based at Heyshott, near Midhurst & Petworth, West Sussex.
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Chithurst - - Cocking - - Didling - - Duncton - - Easebourne - - East Lavington - - Fernhurst - - Fittleworth - - Graffham
Harting - - Heyshott - - Iping - - Lickfold - - Linch - - Lodsworth - - Lurgashall - - Midhurst - - Northchapel - - Nyewood
Petworth - - Rogate - - Selham - - South Ambersham - - Stedham - - Sutton - - Tillington - - Trotton - - Upperton
Gravelroots West Sussex Fire & Rescue - - The Rother Valley Trail - - Churches - - Venue - - Pubs BB & Hotels - - The Vintage Trail
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South Downs filming using cameras to photograph the church when riding a horse. Cars and motorbikes or bikes. Driving, fishing, angling with rods & reels. Harley Davidson Motorcycles breaking down at the roadside and flying a hot air balloon using mobile phones, usually a Blackberry from Tesco or Sainsburys