Hailsham in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... you also can see timber-framed buildings which are now shops . Later buildings which were built is the The Grenadier Inn which dates back to 1803,The Crown Inn and the Corn Exchange which were built in 1793. The Old Vicarage now called the Grange that goes back to the early 18th century.It was built in red and grey bricks. . "WiIlowhyrst" which dates back to the Tudor period; and "Carters Corner Place", once the home of the Right Hon. Lord Hailsham, Quintin Hogg, Hailsham overlooks the towns Pevensey which is soaked inn history where the Romans had built a castle there. William the Conquero... more
Customer Hailsham in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 26/07/10 (Very useful, 183 readings)
Hailsham and Nearby Hailsham is in the south east part of Sussex. Only a few miles away from the coast and the southern Forest Ridge and the South Downs. So Hailsham is situated in a very nice rural area but also in easy reach of Gatwick airport, Channel ferry and London. Also easy reach of nearby towns such as Eastbourne, Hastings and Tunbridge Wells. The town has old buildings as well as modern ones a good general mix.. When you visit Hailsham the buildings that you could see while walking around the town are; The Stone which is a very old house and this is on the Vicarage Road/Marshfoot Lane was probably named after an old boundary ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Hailsham is a small market town in East Sussex. It can be accessed via the A22 road to Eastbourne. Hailsham's location is good in many ways. Various pleasant towns, cities and days out are in easy driving distance. The seaside town of Eastbourne with its pier, harbour and good shopping opportunities can be visited with a fifteen minute journey. The lovely little town of Lewes with its old architecture and famed bonfire nights can be driven to in half an hour, and Brighton is around 45 minutes away. Enjoyable days out from Hailsham include trips to places such as Herstmonceux Castle, a beautiful old castle with a lovely lake and moat, which hosts ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/01, updated on 10/04/01 (Useful, 71 readings)
This opinion about Hailsham is very tricky to do- I worked there as a teacher for 6 years and I lived there as a resident for 1 year, so please bear with me. Hailsham is a market town that has a population of around 15,000 and is located around 8 miles north of Eastbourne. You can find it just off the A22 that runs from London to Eastbourne via East Grinstead. As you come into the town the first thing you will notice is that it has a one way system through the High Street. Along here you will find a precinct at Vicarage Fields and the Quintins shopping centre, which holds a few small shops and a Co-op supermarket. Along the High Street there are a ... Read the complete review
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