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56e – Felpham to Bognor Regis

As we walked from Felpham, the Bognor Regis skyline was dominated by the multi-domed structure of Butlin’s Holiday Camp.  To me it was an eyesore.  From Felpham it looked like it towered over the town, drawing all attention to its … Continue reading

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54e – Worthing Part II

Before we got to Worthing Pier we walked across Splash Point, an area hailed as one of the most exposed points on the south coast of England (although it doesn’t look it on Google Earth). There is a sea wall … Continue reading

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52e – Brighton to Hove

As we walked along the promenade at Brighton Beach we watched the world descend on Brighton; the hot weather pulled them in like fireflies to a lamp.  The bikers were in town today!  When it comes to Brighton Beach and … Continue reading

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52b – Brighton Part III

Sat at the foot of Brighton Pier is the Brighton Wheel, an attraction that was installed in October 2011 and which has planning permission to stay in place until 2016. As we walked up to it, we decided it looked … Continue reading

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46d – Sovereign Harbour to Eastbourne

We have seen many Martello Towers, coastal artillery forts, and other historical round structures on our travels.  Thus, when we left Sovereign Harbour and saw another interesting round structure up ahead, I wondered when this one had been built and … Continue reading

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45b – Hastings Part II

As we walked through the beachfront amusements of Hastings we passed a well-themed adventure golf course, one of three that sit next to each other and which appear to be quite locally famous.  It had a pirate theme.  Miniature galleons sat in small … Continue reading

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36a – Deal

Deal, it has to be said, seemed to offer a point of interest for us at every few yards.  We started our walk today towards the northern end of the town, and within a few steps came across an information board … Continue reading

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