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You can view the latest Ofsted scores and reports for Battle HERE.
Battle has a population of 6,000 (according to the 2011 You.Gov census) but attracts over 6,000,000 tourists each year.
Battle lies 7 miles from Hastings, roughly 15 minutes by car. The closest main route is the A259 ‘coast road’ that runs from Kent to Hampshire. Over 100 trains travel to London through Battle each day, the fastest journey time is 1 hour 25 minutes.
You can get all the local news and events in the Rye & Battle Observer.
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Once the hard work is done and your Battle removals are complete it’s time to explore. Here’s our pick of the very best Battle has to offer;
One of the most picturesque eateries anywhere in the UK, Burton’s Tea Room is an absolute joy. It also serves the most fantastic cream teas and delicious cakes!
Packed with gorgeous soft furnishings and stand out pieces of furniture, Barnaby’s is a little gem of a shop and well worth a visit.
An amazing shop you can get lost in for hours, packed full of amazing design from tableware and décor to gifts and clothing. The best of British design all under one roof.
Fine cheese, pickles, breads, cakes, savouries, Battle deli stocks freshly made and locally sourced goodies you’ll absolutely love!
Battle Abbey is an absolutely fascinating place. The site is very atmospheric and the comprehensive guides and artefacts really do bring this pivotal part of England’s history to life.
One of the most historic places in England and the site of a major turning point in our nation’s history, Battle is a picture postcard location. Many houses within Battle date from the 1700’s. The Almonry (place where alms were distributed to the poor) in the High Street dates back to 1090.
There are great eateries, funky independent shops and a lively community scene.
Battle is known for its celebratory bonfires (the town has suspected links to the 1605 Gunpowder Plot), battle re-enactments and annual events which include an arts festival.
Of course, history buffs will be in their element with so much to explore in the area. Surrounded by countryside there are plenty of paths for dog walkers, runners and bike enthusiasts away from the roads (which in the summer months can carry a large number of tourists). There’s also a sports centre with gym, dance classes, sports pitches and even a climbing wall.
Surprisingly for such a quiet town, over 100 trains pass through Battle every day on route to London, a journey that takes as little as 1 hour 25 minutes. 7 miles inland from Hastings, (a 15-minute drive) the town is also close to the A259 coastal road that sweeps along the coastline from Kent to Hampshire, taking in a number of famous sights such as Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters.