50 Gems of Sussex: The History & Heritage of the Most Iconic by Kevin Newman

By Kevin Newman

well-known for its coastal playgrounds and rural retreats, Sussex is a county full of traditional charm and is simply an hour from the town of London. With a timeline relationship again to the traditional country of Sussex and past, this south-eastern county is stuffed with appealing and iconic treasures.

From the bustling beach city of Brighton to comfortable chocolate-box villages akin to Amberley and the impressive Chichester Cathedral, this e-book takes the reader on a desirable trip via industry cities, titanic landscapes and exact locations of striking curiosity. the gorgeous valley of Devil’s Dyke, the medieval Pevensey fort and the heritage of Norman Sussex draw numerous viewers and are between this selection of Sussex websites that trap the nature and intrigue of the remarkable county.

Breweries and shores, castles and museums and people scenes of bucolic splendour that proceed to draw artists, celebrities, photographers and writers are all the following in a lovingly painted photograph of Sussex this present day. In 50 gem stones of Sussex, historian, journey consultant and writer Kevin Newman explores fifty unmissable gem stones that make this southern county special.

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