East Sussex

East Sussex is a county in the South East of . is to the west, is to the north-east and is to the north. It is also possible to cycle from Tunbridge Wells to East Grinstead along The Forest Way, which passes through Forest Row.
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is a famous seaside resort and charming city in in southeastern , 76 km south of .

is a town in , on South East coast.

is in the and of .

is in . covers 14,000 acres of lowland heathland which has never been under the plough and so provides a unique habitat for many species of flora and fauna.

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is the county town of . By train to Lewes Station from , Brighton or , Hastings.

is located in the Heart of the Weald. It is a jolly town with all the amenities that local people and tourists could want.

The market town of , located in the Wealden district of , used to be an agricultural centre.

is a seaside town in , in the South East of .

is a town in . Trains run directly to Rye station from Ashford International and Brighton with trains to London calling at both stations.

is in . is a village in the county of East Sussex, England.

is a small coastal town in . lies at the mouth of the River Ouse, in the valley the river has cut through the South Downs.

is a village in , .

The town of is located approximately six miles west of Hastings in the Rother District of and has a population of just over 42,000.

is a small town in the county of , , about 5 miles inland from Hastings and is the aptly-named site of the of Hastings, fought between Harold, King of England and William, Duke of Normandy in 1066.

is on the south coast of . Although on the coast this was a farming village rather than a fishing one.

is a town in near the border with , in the South East of .

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