Sussex Archaeological Collections: Relating to the history and antiquities of the counties of East and West Sussex

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The Broyle Enclosure, 1767-71

by John E. Kay

The enclosure of the Broyle, a large deer-park that also served as the main area of common land for the parishes of Ringmer, Glynde and South Malling, was brought about by a private Act of Parliament of 1767. This was the first Parliamentary Enclosure Act in the county of Sussex and one of the largest. The enclosure was hotly contested and an unusual amount of background information has survived, allowing insight into the exercise of power and influence in this 18th-century rural community and identification of the interest-groups promoting and opposing enclosure.

 

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