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Owner description: Your dream of never ending holidays can come true with a luxury holiday static caravan at truly affordable prices here at... more » Owner description: Your dream of never ending holidays can come true with a luxury holiday static caravan at truly affordable prices here at Three Ponds Holiday Park Sussex. Take in the outstanding views whilst walking on the Sussex Downs or gentle lakeside stroll. Then relax with family and friends maybe enjoying a drink or a barbeque in the garden of your own static caravan, a home from home in the country. « less
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St Helen's (Brighton)
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Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
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The Ellipse (Brighton)
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Category: Arenas/ Stadiums/ Fields; Theaters & Stadiums
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Category: Educational Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Category: Churches/ Cathedrals; Cultural
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Owner description: Artista Studio and Gallery is a brand new photo studio, exhibition space and event venue in the heart of Brighton & Hove. We... more » Owner description: Artista Studio and Gallery is a brand new photo studio, exhibition space and event venue in the heart of Brighton & Hove. We also have a fully licensed bar and our gallery is free to visit. Why not come down and try some of our delicious Portuguese foods and drinks in an artistic environment 2min walk from the sea! « less
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Owner description: Thirty miles south of London you can explore one of the best surviving medieval landscapes in Northern Europe. Mysterious... more » Owner description: Thirty miles south of London you can explore one of the best surviving medieval landscapes in Northern Europe. Mysterious ancient woodland and fern-clad streams; intriguing timber-framed buildings; sunken lanes created by Saxon drovers and Tudor iron masters; and the South East's largest heathland Ashdown Forest. The 1461 square kilometre area covers parts of Kent, Sussex and Surrey. « less
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