Bonaparte's Ditch

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A dyke ‘Bonaparte’s Ditch’, some half mile long was dug between Harley Shute and Bulverhythe Hill in 1804, possibly as defences against a potential French landing. (Today, it would run south-west from the west junction of Bulverhythe Road and Cliftonville Road, parallel to, and halfway, between Bexhill Road and the railway line).[1]