Rodmell, Monk’s House and Southease

More wonderful weather so we decided to visit Monk’s House the home of Virginia Woolf now preserved by the National Trust, then take a walk along the banks of the River Ouse and return via a church we had passed at Southease on a previous trek but not had time to visit properly.

St Peters Church from the Garden of Monks House
St Peters Church from the gardens of Monk’s House.

The church has an interesting stain-glass window in it’s porch “In Memory of John Webber EBBS Rector of this Parish 1928-1943”.

The interior of the house “appears as if they just stepped out for a walk” (according to the National Trust).

From Monk’s House you can walk down to the River Ouse, which is crossed by a bridge which, unusually for the area, feels just as rickety as this image suggests.

The tiny hamlet of Southease contains another church to St Peter, this time with a round tower.

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