Habin Bridge and the River Rother
Habin Bridge, less than a kilometre south of Rogate on the road to Nyewood, was probably built in the 15th or 16th century, with improvements in the two centuries which followed.
Habin Bridge is one of a number of beautiful bridges along this stretch of the River Rother.
The bridge is thought to have been built by the monks of Durford Abbey, who also built the bridges at Trotton and Maidenmarsh.
Places near Habin BridgeChithurst | Dilding | Fernhurst | Lodsworth | Lurgashall | Midhurst | Rake | Rogate | South Harting | Stedham | Treyford | Trotton | Woolbeding |
WEST SUSSEX TOWNS
- Bognor Regis
- Burgess Hill
- East Grinstead
- Haywards Heath