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Recent East Sussex Blog Posts

  • 08 September 2019
    John Ruskins grave Coniston village
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  • East Sussex

    1066 Piers and Pavillions


    East Sussex is a county on the south east coast of England like its neighbour west Sussex it is associated with Saxon Invaders who took the land and settled here being on the coast and the proximity to Europe it has been the destination of many invaders from the Romans onwards but perhaps the most famous being the Norman conquest.

    The Norman’s landed on this coast in 1066 near Hastings beating Harold’s army and the rest as we know is history.

    The county has an amazing range of activities and destinations for the traveller, which include places of historic interest like Bodiam Castle, Lewes Castle and Battle Abbey also Hastings and Herstmonceux castles.


    The famous pavilion at Brighton has to be on everybody’s list as well as the piers at Brighton and Hastings.

    If its scenery you are interested in there is an amazing coastline with the famous seven sisters and beachy head.

    With parks houses and Museums and for the theatre lover the Theatre Royal there is a wealth of things to do in this county.



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