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At the time of the last You.Gov census (2011) Eastbourne’s population stood at 109,000.
Heading north the A22 connects with the M25. The scenic A259 skirts the cost leading to Brighton. The larger A27 connects Eastbourne, Lewes and Brighton before broadening into the M27 to Portsmouth and Southampton. Trains to London Victoria via Gatwick run approximately every 30 minutes during peak times and take one hour and thirty minutes.
Eastbourne’s weekly newspaper is the Eastbourne Herald.
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The beaches, stunning headland, parks and flower displays, fresh seafood and a lively calendar of events and festivals, Eastbourne has a to offer. Here’s our pick of the best the resort has to offer once you’ve completed your Eastbourne removals;
If you love supporting local businesses then Skylark café is for you. The fantastic menu features produce from the local butchers, fishmongers and farms.
Once you’ve made your move, David Salmon has three floors offering an excellent range of furniture to suit every style for every room.
One of our favourite places to browse, Roubarb is a designer store packed with local art, crafts, jewellery and more, ideal to make your new house a home.
This outstanding deli is packed with local flavour. Fine wines, local cheeses, artisan breads are all tastefully selected by the friendly and knowledgeable team.
One of the jewels of the South Coast, Eastbourne is one of the sunniest places in the UK (that’s official! Stats are backed by the Met Office) with its own micro-climate. House prices are on average lower than nearby Brighton while good transport links, theatres, galleries, sporting events and festivals make it a lively place to live.
Eastbourne has a number of major events each year, women’s tennis takes centre stage in the annual tournament which is a warm-up to Wimbledon and attracts the biggest stars from the game. Airbourne also attracts major crowds and is Europe’s largest seaside air show, which seas the Red Arrows perform incredible displays along the seafront. And it’s free to attend!
There are a number of theatres and galleries as well as live entertainment during the summer months at the bandstand overlooking Eastbourne Pier. A skating festival, beach life and street food festival and Oktoberfest events that all fill the town’s busy events calendar. Cinemas, bowling greens, a bowling alley and museums are among the many other attractions so that after your removals Eastbourne is a great place to live.
Due north the A22 gives access to the M25. There are two main routes heading west to Brighton, the scenic A259 travels across the coast while the main A27 connects with Lewes, Worthing and Chichester before reaching the M27 towards Portsmouth and Southampton. By train you can be in London Victoria (via Gatwick Airport) in 1 hour and 30 minutes.