1. Two visitors arrive despite the weather at this tiny cottage in the centre of the village to have a look at the first house acquired by the National Trust.
2. The apples on the trees are refreshed by the downpour.
3. Many of the fruit trees were replaced after the hurricane in 1987. There are several local varieties grown such as Crawley beauty, Lady Sudeley and an Alfriston apple. This I would think is a russet.
4. There are at least two varieties of Medlar.
5. This mulberry tree obviously survived the hurricane and cyclamen grow in it's split base.