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A journey to Sussex offers a wide diversity of things to do and places to visit, with some of the most famous and interesting cities, towns and villages in all of England.
ALFRISTON. Lying in the Cuckmere valley the village of Alfriston is a lovely old Sussex Village. The high street with its old buildings caters well for the tourist with gift and antique shops and several places to eat. There are wonderful views from the village and some splendid walks. St Andrews church, dating back to 1360, the aptly-named 'Cathedral of the South Downs' is unique as a village church. http://www.alfriston-churches.co.uk/
BATTLE The lovely town of Battle is situated close to the site of the famous Battle of Hastings where King Harold, the last of the Saxon kings, was defeated by the invading army of William the Conqueror, who was the last successful invader of England. William the Conqueror built Battle Abbey and the town grew up beyond the Abbey walls and evolved into today’s thriving market town
BEXHILL ON SEA Set in magnificent countryside and within easy distance of castles, historic attractions and places of interest .The wide level promenade, gently sloping award winning clean beach, the expanse of sand at low tide, the compact shopping centres, the variety of good eating places, the selection of friendly quality hotels and guest houses and the pretty 'continental-style' pavement cafes make it a superb seaside town.
BRIGHTON The city by the sea, Brighton is an exciting mix of fun, charm and culture. There is so much to enjoy and experience in this effervescent city that the tourist will be spoilt for choice A few must do’s are visits to the exotic Royal Pavilion, the beachfront, Palace Pier and the Sea Life Centre. For the shopper there is something for everyone with the large high street stores and small specialist shops plus pavement cafes and Regency Architecture.
BURWASH Probably most famous as the home of the late author, Rudyard Kipling wholived at Batemans, which lies to the south. There are many interesting buildings in the beautiful tree-lined high street with a variety of shops and public houses. Some of the buildings date before the 16th century. The Manor House of Burghurst stands opposite the church
CHAILEY Lying on the main East Grinstead to Lewes road Chailey consists of three small villages North Common, Chailey village and South Common. Chailey village is the old part of the village and has a few local services. There is a pretty village green and church with lovely views over the Downs.
CROWBOROUGH Lying on top of a hill on the edge of the Ashdown Forest, the views from all around the area are rural, spectacular and pretty, although the town is by contrast quite modern and built up with a good selection of shops and businesses. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle famous for the Sherlock Holmes novels, is probably the towns most famous ever resident, and the town boasts one of the only statues of him anywhere in the world.
CROWHURST, a small village on a steep hillside, is quite an isolated community, and has many attractive rural views. To the south of the church is the old ruined manor house built by Walter de Scotney in the 12th century.
DITCHLING. The small and picturesque village of Ditchling lies at the foot of the Downs in East Sussex, but very close to the border with West Sussex. Ditchling Beacon is the third highest point in the South Downs and once the location of an Iron Age hill fort. There are many interesting walks available, including part of the South Downs.
EASTBOURNE. A medium-sized town on the south coast and promotes itself as "The Sunshine Coast", with 8 miles of glorious coastline and often claims the highest recorded hours of sunlight. The seafront is distinctive in having no garish shop fronts opening onto it, the road being almost entirely populated by Victorian hotels. Along with its pier and bandstand, this serves to preserve the front in a somewhat timeless manner.
FAIRLIGHT lies just to the east of Hastings in East Sussex in the South East of England. The village is set in fabulous scenery on top of a hill with views to Folkestone, Dungeness and the French Coast. The parish church, built in 1845, has an 82 ft tower which is open to visitors during the summer.
FOREST ROW is a small village just south east of East Grinstead and must be one of the few villages where the pub - the tile hung Chequers once a coaching inn – is older than the parish church. The village has a wide range of small shops and services
FRANT is built around a vast irregularly shaped village green, with a large selection of Victorian and neo-Georgian houses and has a few local village shops, but the main shopping centre is in Royal Tunbridge Wells about 4 miles to the north west. The church, with its tall pinnacles on the tower and slate roof, dates from 1821.
LEWES. The county town of Sussex, Lewes is picturesquely set on a spur where the River Ouse meanders through the South Downs. It offers the visitor a town centre with everything from craft centres to antiques and art galleries wine bars and bistros. The view from the top of Lewis Castle stretches from the town to the South Downs and the coast.
RYE. Perched on a sandstone hill, overlooking the Romney Marshes, the picturesque town of Rye was once surrounded by the sea. Over hundreds of years the sea has receded but Rye still retains a harbour and its marine connections. A thriving market town, beautifully preserved, with a maze of cobbled streets, including the famous Mermaid Street, crammed with tiny mediaeval houses and elegant Georgian buildings. There is no shortage of things for the visitor to do or see with a variety of antique, book and pottery shops, museums and art galleries.
ARUNDEL with a beautiful castle, great shopping, a cathedral and a relaxed feel to the town centre,occupies a hilltop position commanding the crossing of the River Arun and is one of the best loved historic towns in England. This lovely town has been described as 'the jewel for which the whole county of Sussex was made'.
BOGNOR REGIS. The town can trace its roots back to when it was a small fishing village. The town still has its fishermen, operating small inshore boats from the town's beaches, keeping alive the town's traditional link with the sea. It has many attractions - a fine shingle beach, plenty of accommodation, a good entertainment scene, decent shops and plenty of leisure and entertainment facilities.
BURGESS HILL is generally regarded as a 'new' town, since most of the present fabric dates from the mid 19th century and later. There is however evidence of a thriving settlement here in Tudor times. Burgess Hill originated in the parishes of Clayton, Keymer and Ditchling - all of them mentioned in the Domesday Book. The town's name comes from the Burgeys family when the name John Burgeys appeared in the tax rolls. The name of Burgeys stood for 'bourgeois', the inhabitant of a borough. By the Elizabethan period a community had established itself and many buildings dating from this era still stand.
CHICHESTER. With its unique combination of an historic city, set in glorious English countryside, including The South Downs National Park, and located only minutes from the beautiful south coast, Chichester promises to be an unforgettable experience just waiting to be explored The small cathedral city of Chichester is the administrative capital of West Sussex and is very popular with tourists who enjoy the fine Georgian architecture and good shops.
CRAWLEY. The historic town of Crawley lies just to the south of London’s Gatwick Airport. It was one of the first new towns built after World War II. Now, it is a pleasant place to stay in order to avoid the chaos of London.
EAST GRINSTEAD truly has something for everyone. Friendly restaurants, pubs, bars and coffee shops are waiting to bid you welcome. With a diversity of activities in the area East Grinstead is an ideal place for people with different tastes, walkers, history buffs, race goers, steam railway enthusiasts and many more.
WORTHING is a peaceful coastal holiday resort town, less built up than Brighton further along the coast and is situated at the foot of the South Downs. It is the largest town in West Sussex and offers visitors a wealth of things to do from parks and gardens to busy restaurants serving cuisine from around the world.
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