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Areas We Cover

These are some of the towns that we cover.

Battle

Battle Named, of course, after the Battle of Hastings, there’s more to the attractive East Sussex town of Battle than the Abbey and 1066. The High Street has some beautiful Georgian buildings and there are wonderful eighteenth century houses and cot...

Bexhill

Bexhill Set between the busy Sussex towns of Hastings and Eastbourne, Bexhill is an elegant Edwardian seaside resort with a backdrop of rolling countryside and plenty of historic attractions, like the De La Warr Pavilion and the two-mile prom and b...

Burwash

Burwash The rural village of Burwash is located just 15 miles from the South Coast port of Hastings, on the River Dudwell. It’s also not far from Battle Abbey and Bodiam Castle, so the area is steeped in a rich past.In such a small, historic a...

East Hoathly Oasis Windows

East Hoathly Based four miles to the north west of Hailsham, astride the A22, East Hoalthly in East Sussex incorporates the villages of East Hoathly itself and the hamlet of Halland.There’s a long history in these parts – stretching back to the...

Eastbourne

Eastbourne The large East Sussex seaside town of Eastbourne incorporates stunning views of Beachy Head, access to the sublime South Downs National Park and plenty of local attractions from castles to museums and art galleries, not to mention some very...

Hailsham

Hailsham The largest of the five towns in East Sussex’s Wealden area, Hailsham has a Domesday Book mention and a long tradition of agriculture and history.It pre-dates the Romans and in 1252 was granted a Market Charter by Henry III. With lots g...

Hastings

Hastings This cosmopolitan town known as Hastings is home to Europe’s biggest beach-launched fishing fleet and the remains of the first castle William the Conqueror built in England. There’s also the wonderful Old Town, and a thriving local arts sce...

Heathfield

Heathfield Heathfield is a small East Sussex market town at the junction of the A267 and A265 lies between Eastbourne and Tunbridge Wells.In 2016, it celebrates 700 years since it gained its market charter, which it did in the reign of Edward II.If ...

Herstmonceux

Herstmonceux Herstmonceux parish, based in East Sussex’s Wealden District, incorporates the village of Cowbeech along with some smaller hamlets. It’s also home to Herstmonceux Castle, a former site of the Royal Greenwich Observatory, and important wet...

Lewes

Lewes The county town of East Sussex, Lewes has a long history as a bridging point and market town. On the coast and surrounded by attractions like the South Downs National Park and the South Downs Way, it’s no wonder people love visiting and living h...

Magham Down

Magham Down The tiny historic East Sussex village of Magham Down is located near Hailsham on the A271. And, despite its size, it has two football teams in the East Sussex league, and a number of active local groups. The area offers nearness to the thriving...

Netherfield

Netherfield If you’ve made your home here, you’ll already know Netherfield offers an excellent quality of life. With a mention in the Domesday Book, the parish overlooks some beautiful forested land while the church was dedicated over 150 years ago...

Newhaven

Newhaven Based at the mouth of the River Ouse near the English Channel in the Lewes district of East Sussex, Newhaven is a ferry port for services to Dieppe.Chalk downland surrounds the town, including the famous Seven Sisters sea cliffs and the...

Polegate

Polegate Based five miles north of Eastbourne and located in the Wealden District of East Sussex, Polegate was once a key railway settlement. Today its main attractions include a nineteenth century church and the tower windmill, nearly 200 years old a...

Ringmer

Ringmer Located just three miles east of Lewes, Ringmer is one of southern England’s biggest villages, and has been inhabited since at least Roman times. St Mary’s, the parish church, has probably been around since the 1400s. And we love that the vil...

Seaford

Seaford Located at the foot of the South Downs, Seaford is a peaceful East Sussex resort, and the biggest town in Lewes district.It lies east of Brighton and Newhaven and to the west of Eastbourne. Its history dates back to the Middle Ages.That...

St Leonards

St Leonards Based to the west of Hastings, with which it officially merged in 1875, the seaside resort of St Leonards boasts three miles of shingle beach and a great prom. With a history dating back to 1826, excellent local transport connections and...

Uckfield

Uckfield Based on the River Uck, a tributary of the River Ouse, the small town of Uckfield is based in the Wealden district of East Sussex and dates back to the thirteenth century.It is surrounded by some beautiful nature reserves, like Hempstead...