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Brighton is an important residential, commercial, educational, entertainment, tourist and conference town on the Sussex coast, 46 miles south of London, making up half of the city of Brighton and Hove.
Hangleton is located in west Hove in Sussex, lying just north of the city. Covering an area of 1120 acres, it stretches from the edge of the coastal plain near the present Old Shoreham Road, up onto the high downland south of Devil's Dyke.
Hove is located immediately to the west of its larger neighbour Brighton. As part of local government reform, Brighton and Hove were merged to form the borough of Brighton and Hove in 1997 and in 2000 officially attained city status.
East of the city centre, stretching as far as Brighton Marina, Kemp Town is a flamboyant mix of grand seafront crescents, elegant squares, and a bustling High Street shopping area with a lively village feel.
Set above the chalk cliffs of the South Downs in the Lewes district of East Sussex, the town and civil parish of Peacehaven lies 9.7 km east of Brighton city centre.
Portslade-by-Sea is the boundary town to West Sussex. The area was added to Hove in 1974 and is situated just to the west of the city. A region fortunate enough to boast a variety of landscapes in a relatively small area, it comprises a combination of village and country life juxtaposed alongside busy portside industry, all steeped in a rich history and filled with rare surprises and scenic charm.
Developed as a small community around the pond in Saxon times, the Domesday book records that the land was given to William de Warrenne, Lord of Lewes, as a reward for his support at the Battle of Hastings. For centuries it remained an isolated rural farming settlement and only became accessible as the coastal road from Brighton improved. Most histories mention that Rottingdean's inhabitants were involved in smuggling in the 18th century.
Saltdean is a coastal village and residential district noted for its distinctive beachfront architecture. Located in East Sussex on the chalk cliffs of the south coast, on the eastern edge of the city of Brighton and Hove, the Eastern part of the village sits outside the city boundary in the district of Lewes. Saltdean is approximately 5 miles east of central Brighton and sits in a valley bordered by farmland and the South Downs National Park.
Shoreham by Sea
Shoreham-by-Sea is an attractive seaside town and port set in a spectacular position on the Sussex coast. At the mouth of the River Adur it enjoys views across the open Adur Valley to the west, has the beautiful South Downs as a backdrop and Shoreham Beach bordering its southern edge. Situated midway between Brighton and Worthing, it dates back to the 11th century.
Southwick is an attractive small town situated in the Adur district of West Sussex, 5 miles west of the city of Brighton and Hove and just east of Shoreham. Recorded in the Domesday Book as Suthewicke in 1309, it is steeped in a rich history. In 1840 its railway arrived and the town grew as the coast became a popular holiday destination, initially comprising properties specifically built for tourists.
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