Anna’s guidebook

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Anna’s guidebook

Sightseeing

There's a lot of things to do and food to eat for a day in the city. The guest can by National Express, the coach station only a few minters walk from Amber Lodge,
Brigton & Hove, the city is England's most populous seaside resort, as well as the largest city in South East England, with a population of 273,400.
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Brigton & Hove, the city is England's most populous seaside resort, as well as the largest city in South East England, with a population of 273,400.
Sheffield Park Garden is an informal landscape garden five miles east of Haywards Heath, in East Sussex, England. It was originally laid out in the 18th century by Capability Brown, and further developed in the early 20th century by its then owner, Arthur Gilstrap Soames. It is now owned by the National Trust.
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Sheffield Park
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Sheffield Park Garden is an informal landscape garden five miles east of Haywards Heath, in East Sussex, England. It was originally laid out in the 18th century by Capability Brown, and further developed in the early 20th century by its then owner, Arthur Gilstrap Soames. It is now owned by the National Trust.
Discover the legendary beauty spot on the South Downs at the National Trust's Devil's Dyke in West Sussex. Devil's Dyke is a 100m deep V-shaped valley on the South Downs Way in southern England, near Brighton and Hove. It is part of a Site of Special Scientific Interest, Beeding Hill to Newtimber Hill.[1] Devil's Dyke was a major local tourist attraction in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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Devil's Dyke - National Trust
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Discover the legendary beauty spot on the South Downs at the National Trust's Devil's Dyke in West Sussex. Devil's Dyke is a 100m deep V-shaped valley on the South Downs Way in southern England, near Brighton and Hove. It is part of a Site of Special Scientific Interest, Beeding Hill to Newtimber Hill.[1] Devil's Dyke was a major local tourist attraction in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Discover the world of science behind the botanical collections, with over 50,000 living plants to be found across their UNESCO World Heritage site.
Wakehurst Place
Discover the world of science behind the botanical collections, with over 50,000 living plants to be found across their UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Bluebell Railway is an 11 mi heritage line almost entirely in West Sussex in England, except for Sheffield Park which is in East Sussex. It is managed by the Bluebell Railway Preservation Society.
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Bluebell Railway
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The Bluebell Railway is an 11 mi heritage line almost entirely in West Sussex in England, except for Sheffield Park which is in East Sussex. It is managed by the Bluebell Railway Preservation Society.
Visit the National Trust's Nymans, an intimate garden set around a romantic house and ruins near Haywards Heath in West Sussex.
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National Trust - Nymans
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Visit the National Trust's Nymans, an intimate garden set around a romantic house and ruins near Haywards Heath in West Sussex.
Borde Hill is a beautiful Grade II* English Heritage listed garden set within 200 acres of scenic parkland. Renowned as a plantsman’s paradise, the Garden boasts rare shrubs and champion trees, stunning herbaceous borders, a large lily pool and subtropical dells with palms and banana trees. Enjoy tranquil Garden ‘rooms’, including the Rose and Italian Gardens, an abundance of colour throughout the season, stunning views across the Ouse Valley Viaduct, woodland and lakeside walks and home-cooked food.
Borde Hill Garden
Borde Hill is a beautiful Grade II* English Heritage listed garden set within 200 acres of scenic parkland. Renowned as a plantsman’s paradise, the Garden boasts rare shrubs and champion trees, stunning herbaceous borders, a large lily pool and subtropical dells with palms and banana trees. Enjoy tranquil Garden ‘rooms’, including the Rose and Italian Gardens, an abundance of colour throughout the season, stunning views across the Ouse Valley Viaduct, woodland and lakeside walks and home-cooked food.
This 198 acre reservoir and nature reserve has a lovely waterside walking path ideal for an easy stroll. The walk starts at the parking lot at the southern end of the reservoir and take you along the eastern side of the water to the village of Balcombe before returning to the start point. As a nature reserve you will pass through a variety of habitats including wetland, reedbed, deciduous woodland, hazel coppice and haymeadow. Look out for Great crested grebe and kingfishers as you make your way round the reservoir. Our Ouse Valley Viaduct Walk also starts from the same car park. It is a short walk along the river to the impressive structure which is a highlight of the area. Ardingly is located near Haywards Heath in West Sussex. It is right next to the stunning Wakehurst Place which has beautiful gardens and is a great option if you'd like to continue your walking. Alternatively the High Weald Landscape Trail can also be picked up from the edge of Wakehurst Place.
Ardingly Reservoir Walk
This 198 acre reservoir and nature reserve has a lovely waterside walking path ideal for an easy stroll. The walk starts at the parking lot at the southern end of the reservoir and take you along the eastern side of the water to the village of Balcombe before returning to the start point. As a nature reserve you will pass through a variety of habitats including wetland, reedbed, deciduous woodland, hazel coppice and haymeadow. Look out for Great crested grebe and kingfishers as you make your way round the reservoir. Our Ouse Valley Viaduct Walk also starts from the same car park. It is a short walk along the river to the impressive structure which is a highlight of the area. Ardingly is located near Haywards Heath in West Sussex. It is right next to the stunning Wakehurst Place which has beautiful gardens and is a great option if you'd like to continue your walking. Alternatively the High Weald Landscape Trail can also be picked up from the edge of Wakehurst Place.
Lewes is a beautiful historic town in East Sussex. Lewes is the county town of East Sussex, England. It is the police and judicial centre for all of Sussex and is home to Sussex Police, East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service, Lewes Crown Court and HMP Lewes
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Lewes
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Lewes is a beautiful historic town in East Sussex. Lewes is the county town of East Sussex, England. It is the police and judicial centre for all of Sussex and is home to Sussex Police, East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service, Lewes Crown Court and HMP Lewes
Horsham is a market town on the upper reaches of the River Arun on the fringe of the Weald in West Sussex, England. The town is 31 miles south south-west of London, 18.5 miles north-west of Brighton and 26 miles north-east of the county town of Chichester.
Horsham District
Horsham is a market town on the upper reaches of the River Arun on the fringe of the Weald in West Sussex, England. The town is 31 miles south south-west of London, 18.5 miles north-west of Brighton and 26 miles north-east of the county town of Chichester.

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The showground remains one of the premier equestrian venues in the world. Almost every great show jumper, horse and rider, has competed at Hickstead since their first opened the doors in 1960.
The All England Jumping Course, Hickstead showground remains one of the premier equestrian venues in the world. Almost every great show jumper, horse and rider, has competed at Hickstead since we first opened our doors in 1960. In 2010, The All England Jumping Course celebrated its 50th anniversary as the home of international showjumping in Great Britain. Since then it has undergone £1million-worth of refurbishment works, including the complete renovation of the famous International Arena.
Hickstead
The All England Jumping Course, Hickstead showground remains one of the premier equestrian venues in the world. Almost every great show jumper, horse and rider, has competed at Hickstead since we first opened our doors in 1960. In 2010, The All England Jumping Course celebrated its 50th anniversary as the home of international showjumping in Great Britain. Since then it has undergone £1million-worth of refurbishment works, including the complete renovation of the famous International Arena.