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There is an Anglo-Saxon manor known as Bivelham which lay between the parishes of Wadhurst and Mayfield.Although Wadhurst was almost certainly in existence at the time of the Domesday survey in 1086, it was part of the Archbishop of Canterbury's land and was therefore not mentioned.The rest of the town is in a variety of vernacular styles, from the 15th century onwards; and little in the centre of the town is very modern apart from a range of shops which replaced the Queens Head Hotel, The Victorian era saw the town expand towards the new railway station, about 1.5 miles (2.4 km) north of the town.The station (the highest in southern England) is on the line from London Charing Cross to Hastings via Tunbridge Wells, and was opened in 1851 by the South Eastern Railway.Basic membership is free which includes creation of your personal ad with photos if you wish and allows you to search the other internet personal ads for possible dating contacts.Speed up your lovelife with Sussex Singles and make new contacts using our personals service today - you could be dating your perfect match tomorrow!Single men and women have been using our online date and personals service for over 10 years to meet friendly daters, and through our easy join process you could be meeting people in under a minute.Hastings and East Sussex dating website for single men and women in Hastings and surrounding counties.
They left the league after the 2005–06 season, to rejoin the East Sussex Football League.The club won the East Sussex League Division Two title in the 2008–09 season.They also have many junior teams of different ages. It is the centre of the civil parish of Wadhurst, which also includes the hamlets of Cousley Wood and Tidebrook. Wadhurst is situated on the Kent–Sussex border seven miles (11 km) east of Crowborough and about seven miles (11 km) south of Royal Tunbridge Wells.Other nearby settlements include Ticehurst, Burwash, Mayfield and Heathfield in East Sussex, and Lamberhurst, Hawkhurst and Cranbrook in Kent.