Midhurst

If you’re looking for a touch of glamour, and want to walk in the footsteps of royalty, then a visit to the town of Midhurst is a must. Midhurst has been crowned the ‘home’ of English polo, and regularly attracts international players to its summer tournaments, along with various members of the Royal Family. Along […]

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Littlehampton

At the foot of the South Downs National Park in West Sussex, lies the seaside town of Littlehampton. Family friendly, it has a vast array of attractions to suit all ages and tastes. There are two main beaches in the town: West Beach is an area of Special Scientific Interest, while East Beach is home […]

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Lewes

As the county town of East Sussex, Lewes has something of a reputation for historical architecture. Close to Brighton in the South Downs National Park, it was home to the vast Lewes Priory, the remains of which are open to visitors. Also within the towns boundaries is Lewes Castle, built to a Motte and Bailey […]

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New Crawley NHS Dentist

Seeing an NHS dentist is about to get even easier for people in the Crawley area when a brand new dental practice opens next week offering NHS dental services. Pembroke Dental and Implant Centre – located at 83 Tomlin Court on Commonwealth Drive, Crawley RH10 1AH – opens on Monday 11 April 2011 and will […]

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Bognor Regis

If there’s one image that will always be synonymous with the West Sussex seaside town of Bognor Regis, it’s that of the Butlins Holiday Resort, which Billy Butlin built it in the 1960’s. Tourism has played its part in the former fishing village since the 18th century, and its played host to convalescing royalty, and […]

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Crowborough

On the East Sussex-Kent border lays the rural market town of Crowborough, a town situated in the Weald area of outstanding natural beauty. The Weald is an area lying between the North and South Downs, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty due to its importance to local wildlife. Hills, hedges, forests and fields all […]

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Crawley

The West Sussex town of Crawley was once a favourite with royalty, with the Prince Regent frequently using it as a resting place on journeys between London and Brighton. There must have been something in the travel theme, as today Crawley is perhaps best known for its close proximity to Gatwick Airport, the second busiest […]

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Chichester

The Cathedral city of Chichester, is one of a number of places laying testament to the rich history of West Sussex. The city is known to have had settlements dating as far back as Roman and Anglo Saxon times, and can also claim to be the site of some of the oldest places of worship […]

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Burgess Hill

Head to the border between East and West Sussex, and you’ll find the town of Burgess Hill. Although not as well-known as its neighbour, it still has its fair share of attractions, and is on the edge of the stunning South Downs National Park. On the doorstep there are two nature reserves for walkers and […]

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