Over at the Weald and Downland museum
Somehow, I know not how, here I am again just having performed at this year's treedressing event at the Weald and Downland museum. It comes round so bleeding fast! Anyway one obligatory Morris photo of a hoodening horse [it belongs to a Kent side called Rabble] which are used in the traditional mumming places from East Kent and then some of the sights I enjoyed before it was time for our first stand.
This very pleasing double octagonal building is a dairy from the Eastwick Park Estate in Surrey. It's almost chapel like inside with those shaped windows and whitewashed walls. It dates from 1807.