page and the others listed on the left feature
hot air balloon rides over West Sussex.
As views of countryside and farmland can
look similar across the UK each of these
pages include an aerial view of part of
the specific location mentioned. Locals
may recognise road layouts and landmarks.
is an ancient settlement in the Horsham
District of West Sussex. If one includes
consideration of the nearby Chanctonbury
Ring, it may be argued that the history
of Steyning stretches back to the Iron Age.
In terms of recorded history, Steyning boasts
Anglo-Saxon connections that include the
possibility that Ethelwulf of Wessex (father
of King Alfred the Great) was originally
buried there. Steyning is located on the
A283 between Storrington
It is also a short distance west of its
Beeding. A visit to Steyning might also
include a trip to Bramber Castle (first
constructed c. 1073, later version now in
ruins – sometimes open to visitors).
Other places in the vicinity of Steyning
include North End, Findon, Sompting,
Upper Cokeham, Coombes, Botolphs, Bramber,
Upper Beeding, Small Dole, Buncton, Wiston,
Passengers can choose
the location of their flight after purchasing
a voucher accepted for flights all over
the UK. Prices depend on number of passengers
- more passengers cost less per person.
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