My word, there’s a Pyramid in St Leonards

 

Just too many photographs to include in the book.

Now we start the adventure into an unfamiliar St Leonards on Sea for many visitors and residents.

First ‘The Pyramid’. Ok it is a little smaller than the ones at Giza.

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A Saturday Stroll

Hastings Pier has been reborn and it is good to walk the boards again.

It is a Pier for the 21st Century, modernist and streamlined and a tribute to Hastings and St Leonards who have always been at the cutting edge of new design in Burton St Leonards, Sidney Little and Marine Court.

And it is a fitting start to the Secret St Leonards Walking Trail that will allow you to explore and discover some of the history of St Leonards on Sea.

Click on the poster for a link to a short film of the walk.

April Mail out Secret St Leonards Poster A4

A Secret St Leonards Walking Trail is available from outlets in Hastings and St Leonards. For a list of stockists visit:

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Something for a Summer Weekend

Walks in 1066 Country:

No 4:   Hastings to Rye

Hastings to Rye v2

The latest in the series of ‘Walks in 1066 Country’ now available from:

· Hastings Tourist Information

· The History House, Courthouse Street, Hastings

· The Bookkeeper, Kings Road, St Leonards on Sea

· Central St Leonards, 11 Marine Court, St Leonards on Sea

· AHA, Mount Street, Battle

· British Design British Made, High Street, Battle

· Bramley & Teal, Cranbrook

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