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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › SussexSussex - Wikipedia

    Sussex (/ ˈ s ʌ s ɪ k s /), from the Old English Sūþsēaxe (lit. 'South Saxons'), is a historic county in South East England that was formerly an independent medieval Anglo-Saxon kingdom.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › East_SussexEast Sussex - Wikipedia

    Overall, more than 50 serve East Sussex, including further education colleges in larger towns. A number of independent boarding schools are also located in the county, including Brighton College and Roedean. The Pestalozzi Children's Village, an international foundation, is located at Sedlescombe. See also. Outline of England

  3. 08/03/2012 · Published an easy read version of the NHS constitution in England. 26 March 2013. Added updated NHS Constitution and updated Handbook to the NHS Constitution. 8 March 2012. First published.

  4. With 150 kilometres of coastline and acres of countryside, there are thousands of things to do in a visit to Sussex, whether you're a thrill-seeker, a shopaholic, a nature lover or a foodie - and since you're never more than an hour from London, the capital's delights can play a part in your stay here. Places to visit in Sussex

  5. 14/07/2022 · Sussex has no shortage of great walking spots, with both the South Downs and multiple beaches right on our doorsteps. However, with the UK heatwave continuing to rage on, and no hint of it slowing down anytime soon, Sussex residents seeking a nice bit of fresh air need to do so in a shaded area away from the overpowering sunlight, which is easier said than done.

  6. Things to Do in Brighton, England: See Tripadvisor's 395,135 traveler reviews and photos of Brighton tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in August. We have reviews of the best places to see in Brighton. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions.

  7. Ouse Valley Viaduct near the village of Balcombe in West Sussex is one of those places you have to see to believe. I had heard of its existence through a friend and decided I had to pay a visit to check out this amazing structure, completed in 1842 to carry the London-Brighton line over the River Ouse (pronounced “ooze”).