South Heighton in East Sussex

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Location: 50.806907,0.054577
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Nearby Villages

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Village= Town= Recorded in Domesday=
Alciston (Fifty thousand tiles on the Barn)
3.91 miles
Alfriston (Smuggling and Ghosts)
4.47 miles
Arlington (Peaceful Saxon Village)
6.64 miles
Beddingham (At the base of Mount Caburn)
3.28 miles
Berwick (Sharpen your arrows on the Church)
4.44 miles
Bishopstone (Largest Tide-Mill in Sussex)
1.89 miles
Denton (Earl Godwins Manor)
0.45 miles
East Blatchington (Mutiny and the Edge of Space)2.78 miles
East Dean (Fishing and Wrecking)7.52 miles
Exceat (Alfred the Great's Naval Base?)
4.79 miles
Folkington (Teasles and Badgers)
6.81 miles
Friston (Home of the Railway Children)7.20 miles
Glynde (Home of English Opera)3.89 miles
Litlington (Secret marriage of George IV)
4.63 miles
Lullington (destroyed by Cromwell ??)
4.74 miles
Seaford (The cormorants or shags)3.09 miles
Selmeston (Tomb to store the Contraband)
4.71 miles
Tarring Neville (The Chest from the Spanish Armarda)0.84 miles
Wilmington (The Long Man)
6.06 miles
Firle (Home of the Greengage)3.03 miles
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Local Businesses
Battle Brewery our local excellent micro brewery
Talk in Code fabulous new Album
Hastings Rock the place to listen to
World War 2 Vehicle database
The Rudes as lots of people call us, are an outdoor touring theatre company specialising in taking new & original theatre to mainly small rural communities and a few towns across the South of England. We were founded in 1998 & first toured in the Summer of 1999. Currently we tour only in the summer performing 50+ times nightly during June, July & August.
For all things mosaic, commissions workshops etc please contact Hannah
The Bald Explorer for local documentaries
Roman, Saxon and Norman History of the South East