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Truly spectacular, East Sussex is home to the South Downs National Park, Seven Sisters Country Park, Brighton Pier, Bodium Castle, The Long Man of Wilmington and more great views. Considered to be one of the UK’s most tolerant counties, it was also the first place to elect a Green Party MP. A foodie hotspot and magnet for entertainers and artists, it’s easy to see why so many people enjoy it.
Population – 525,444 (2011 You.Gov census)
Area – 1,709 km²
Schools – See the latest Ofsted reports and scores for East Sussex schools – See Reports.
This small, perfectly formed zoo started out as a ramshackle group of buildings, some disused tractors and an old fire engine. Today it is a bustling family attraction with rides, petting areas, soft play, adventure park, cafes, shops and more.
Seaside party pad of the Prince Regent, it was built in 1815 in the style of an Indian Palace, certainly not what you’d expect to see in an English city. But the inside it is even more spectacular, your own decorating plans suddenly won’t seem so tricky.
The picturesque town is packed with great eateries as well as vintage and antique shops full of quirky finds.
The site of one of the most seismic events in English history where William the Conqueror gave King Harold and eyeful and took the English crown, it’s a fantastic site certainly worth a visit. It also hosts music events, staging everything from opera to 80’s revivals.
The county has several notable museums and galleries such as the De La Warr Pavilion, part of the Plus Tate collection. Other venues include;
If you’re looking to ‘go native’ you can get the latest news and events from the following local websites;