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Number of results: 6

  1. Address

    Seaford, East Sussex

    Telephone

    01323 897426

    Seaford

    A circular walk through landscape which inspired the artist Eric Slater (1896-1963), who lived for most of his life in Seaford. A keen walker, he developed an intimate knowledge of the surrounding countryside and loved to observe the cliffs, sea and…

  2. Address

    Newhaven, East Sussex

    Newhaven

    This trail is a route along the beautiful coastline from Saltdean to the Cuckmere River, taking in Cliffs, Nature Reserves, Seven Sisters Country Park, Watch Towers, Forts, Lidos and Harbours. The route is just over 10 miles lasting approximately 3…

  3. Address

    Horsham Avenue, Peacehaven, East Sussex, BN10 8HX

    Peacehaven

    This long-distance walk begins at the monument to King George V on the cliffs at Peacehaven and ends 273 miles later, on the coast at Sand le Mere in East Yorkshire. The walk follows the line of the Prime Meridian and has been divided into four…

  4. Address

    Lewes, East Sussex

    Telephone

    01273 483448

    Lewes

    Following the success of a popular course about public art that can be found and seen in streets and parks by Dr Andrew Buxton, Lewes District Council has teamed up with U3A (University of the Third Age) to put together the Lewes Public Art Trail.

  5. Address

    Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 4QA

    Telephone

    01323 415415

    Eastbourne

    This trial is designed to link the three Sussex seaside towns of Eastbourne, Bexhill and Hastings.

  6. Address

    Newhaven, East Sussex

    Newhaven

    During the First World War, Newhaven became one of the major supply ports to the Western Front. The number of soldiers at the Fort increased to over 4,000, the Boys’ School (now the Hillcrest Centre) was converted into a Military Hospital and a…

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