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Hastings

The Hastings is a town. Hastings is a town and local government district in South East England, in the county of East Sussex. It is best known for its connection with the Battle of Hastings 1066, which actually occurred north of the town at Senlac Hill; the battle is commemorated today in the town of Battle. Hastings was one of the Cinque Ports, but its significance as a port declined after the 19th Century and its main industry became fishing. It still has the largest beach-based fishing fleet in England. From a fishing port it became a watering place and finally a seaside resort in Victorian times.

Interesting places in Hastings:
Hastings New Town   Hastings Old town
Hastings Castle   Warrior Square
Hastings Railway Station   Priory Meadow Shopping Centre
White Rock Gardens   Sussex Coast College Hastings
East Hill Cliff Railway   Pelham Place
Elphinstone School   Horntye Park
Old Royal East Sussex Hospital Site   Sandown School
Silverhill   Hastings miniature railway
Coombe Haven Holiday Park   Hastings College future site
White Rock Theatre   Christchurch CofE School
Conquest Hospital, Hastings   Hastings Police Station and County Courts
William Parker Sports College   Former site of the St Leonards Bathing Pool
Gensing Gardens  


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Nearest places of interest:

Silverhill
Hastings Bus Depot
Linton Gardens
Elphinstone School
  The Pilot Field
Helenswood School - Upper
William Parker Sports College
William Parker Community Athletics Arena

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