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We visited the Chattri memorial near Brighton as part of a walk but when we got to the memorial we stayed longer than planned.
It is such a lovely place remembering the Indian soldiers that fought and died for this country (England).
The soldiers were...More
A very nice walk along the downs from Patcham. Definitely recommend it and amazing views when you reach it.
Also an important memorial to all the Indians who lots their lives fighting on behalf of Britain.
Just parked my car up on the slip road and walked to this peaceful structure. Takes about 30 minutes to get to but it’s a charming monument recognising the fallen Indian soldiers.
There are plenty of benches to rest up and enjoy the stunning landscape.
This is a must for anyone who likes to walk in the fresh air with wonderful views. Just on the outskirts of Brighton, just north of the Asda in Hollingbury, with easy bridlepaths to follow, takes you to this beautiful memorial. It is worth doing...More
Interesting spot where the British Indian Hindus were cremated when they died as a result of injuries sustained during WWII. The place is in a really lovely spot with great all round views and the 30 minute or so walk is easy going and suitable...More
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The carpark with the Clayton windmills is closer I think. The carpark at Ditchling Beacon is further. The walk from the windmills passes close to the golf course so a good diversion is to hunt for lost golf balls
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