Although I’ve walked past this sign many times I only recently decided to photograph it. Since it’s just a couple of minutes from where we live it’s one of those places I almost don’t notice any more as I walk past, en route to here and there, every few days or so. The house behind the railings is nestled in the shadow of Lewes Castle and next to the castle’s Gun Garden. The house itself is interesting architecturally, having been built during the Georgian period with a façade of mathematical tiles that cover a timber-framed building. Although these tiles can be black, red or cream, black seems to be the most popular in the area, and many glazed-tile buildings were constructed in Brighton, Lewes and this part of Sussex in the 18th and early 19th century.