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What Eastbourne and its surroundings have to offer – in summary
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Specifically bike-related
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The Cuckoo Trail – 12 miles of bike track from Polegate to Heathfielden.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuckoo_Trail
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Old Loom Mill - next to Cuckoo Trailwww.old-loom-mill.co.uk/
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Eastbourne's cycle tracks - National Cycle Network: Route 21
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Eastbourne to Polegate off road - Tesco Extra - right at Morrison's - left at HSBC - over small bridge near Bannatyne's - Levett Close, Polegate
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The Promenade – cycling allowed for mileshttp://www.visiteastbourne.com/things-to-do/SeafrontAttractions.aspx
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The woods surrounding the Speedwaywww.bluebellwalk.co.uk/
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The South Downs Way – from Eastbourne to Winchester 100 miles over the top!www.nationaltrail.co.uk/south-downs-way
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The Marina – boats, locks & shopswww.premiermarinas.com
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Seven Sisters Sheep Centre, East Dean BN20 0AA - 7 March until 31 Augustwww.sheepcentre.co.uk
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Seven Sisters Country Park & Cuckmere Haven – breathtakinghttp://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/cuckmere-valley/
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Princes Park – lake with ducks, swans, messing about with boatshttp://www.visiteastbourne.com/Eastbourne-Princes-Park/details/?dms=3&venue=3401937
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Pevensey Levels, Rickney Lane – Wartling – The Horsewalk to Hooe (Forget the modern world)
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Pevensey Castlehttp://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/pevensey-castle/
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Meads Village – how the other half livewww.meadsvillage.com/
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Jevington & St Andrew’s Church – just beautifulhttp://www.sussexparishchurches.org/spc_V31/east-sussex/17-east-sussex-h-k/197-jevington-st-andrew
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Herstmonceux Science Centrewww.the-observatory.org/
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Gildredge Park – lovely Victorian park with tennis, trees & cafés www.tennisinthepark.org/
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Friston Foresthttp://www.forestry.gov.uk/fristonforest
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East Dean – lovely villageeastdeanvillage.org.uk/
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Butts Brow above Willingdon – on top of the Downshttp://sussexdownswalks.org.uk/butts_brow_east_dean.htm
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Birling Gap – cliffs, café, beach and magnificent views http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/birling-gap-and-the-seven-sisters/
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Beachy Head – enough said! www.beachyhead.org.uk/
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Windmills at Polegate & Stone Crosswww.sussexmillsgroup.org.uk/open2.htm
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Other suggestions
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Treasure Island & Fort Fun – kids’ frolicswww.treasure-island.co.uk/ & www.fortfun.co.uk/
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The Winter Gardens – Victorian venue for conferences & entertainmenthttp://www.visiteastbourne.com/
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The Underground Theatre – a GREAT little venue UNDER the libraryundergroundtheatre.co.uk/
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The Towner Gallery – next to the Congress – Eric Ravilious et alwww.townereastbourne.org.uk/
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The Redoubt – Keeping Napoleon out of Blighty. A Tardis. www.eastbournemuseums.co.uk/www.eastbournemuseums.co.uk/
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The pier – yes, it’s still here! www.eastbournepier.com/
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The Congress Theatre – plays & concertshttp://www.visiteastbourne.com/
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The Birley Centre – art, concerts etcwww.eastbourne-college.co.uk/The-Birley-Centre
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The Bandstand – the busiest in the UKhttp://www.eastbournebandstand.co.uk/
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Spray Watersportshttp://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/leisureandtourism/sport/spray/default.htm
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Motcombe Swimming baths in Old Town - lovely gardens oppositehttp://www.eastbourneleisurecentres.com/motcombe
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Miniature Railway – off Lottbridge Drove (A22)www.emsr.co.uk/
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Long Man of Wilmington – a male figure cut into a Downhttp://www.visitsoutheastengland.com/gatwick/attractions/the-long-man-of-wilmington-p197081
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International Tennis in Junehttp://www.aegontennis.co.uk/watch/aegon-international
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Golf courses
www.ebdownsgolf.co.uk www.regc.co.uk www.willingdongolfclub.co.uk www.eastbournegolfingpark.co.uk
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Go karting between Jevington & Wannockwww.campbellcircuit.co.uk/
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De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhillwww.dlwp.com/
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Charleston, off the A27 – home of the Bloomsbury set www.charleston.org.uk/
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Car Boot saleswww.mammothbootfairs.co.uk/ & http://www.pevenseybaylife.co.uk/event/pevensey-bay-car-boot-sale/ & rainbowfarmbootfairs.co.uk/
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Camilla’s Bookshop in Grove Road – a million secondhand books, literally!www.camillasbookshop.com/
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Tome Books, 226 Terminus Rd - LOTS of secondhand bookswww.tomebooks.co.uk
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Arlington Speedwayhttp://www.eastbourneeagles.co/ or www.spedeworth.net
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A wide variety of eventshttp://www.visiteastbourne.com/events/
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Blackberry Farm at Whitesmith on the A22 - 200 animals & wildfowl for kids - BN8 6JDwww.blackberry-farm.com
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Drusillas Park, near Alfriston, off A27 BN26 5QS - Zoo plus Thomas, The Tank Engine etc. for kidswww.drusillas.co.uk
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Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare, Ringmer BN8 5AJ - 1,500 animals & 40 acres.www.raystede.org
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