The shifting sun warms bricks to gold and patterns magical shapes of light onto the ruins of Nymans House in Haywards Heath, West Sussex. This was a grand Regency house, transformed in the 1920s into a dramatic medieval Gothic manor. A devastating fire in 1947 left only a few remaining rooms and these ruins, now in the care of the National Trust.

   HOW GREAT WOULD IT BE to camp in these ruins??? It would be brilliant!! Until the police arrived, anyway. That is always how it goes. (mickeydud flickr)

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