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Hazeldean Farm, Warninglid
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Hazeldean Farm, Warninglid

This picture is the front of Hazeldean Farm on the Brighton Road in Warninglid taken, we believe, in the spring or summer 1937.
In answer to your question on picture #251 from 1914 of the farm, we knew it was called Tylers Cottage or Farm, but we cannot be certain if a Mr Tyler owned it.
My father's grandmother bought the farm in 1926 and it was then knocked down in 1938 when the Brighton Road was made into a dual carriageway.
Picture added on 11 August 2013 at 11:33
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Roads - Warninglid - Cuckfield Lane & Brighton Road
Although this farmhouse was knocked down in 1938, a new farmhouse was built a few hundred yards to the west, well out of the way of the dual carriageway.
When the A23 was then enlarged to three lanes, the farmhouse ended up only a few yards from the carriageway, but it does still exist and my parents still live there.
Added by Paul Williams on 02 July 2014
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