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Traditionally a watering hole related to the proximity to the common, called Town Common, to the south of the long High Street of Lindfield that runs downhill from the church, Lindfield Pond has been the scene of much activity over the centuries. Interestingly the houses next to the pond are actually more recent than the many medieval houses further up the High Street. It is probably worth speculating that in less medically helpful times the proximity of the water may have not been seen as healthy as we think it to be nowadays. Certainly this was the case in the southern areas of the county, where malaria was a regular cause of population decline in soggier areas. But to us the pond has an enticing beauty!
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