New East Sussex


Education

The usual way to study a certain place is to know its economic development. After that, it is essential to be familiar with its educational system. This is particularly important to those who are planning to transfer in a certain place. In the case of East Sussex, it has an amazing educational development. Basically, it has a comprehensive education system with 27 state secondary schools. It has also 12 independent secondary schools, including Lewes Old Grammar School. In 2012, the latter celebrated its 500th Anniversary. Interestingly, each of the larger towns also has a further higher education. Lastly, there are also a number of independent boarding schools in East Sussex.


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‘Surprise’ as options explored at site of former Lewes school

The South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA) website quotes proposals for 47 homes there in pre-application notes. That was news to Cllr Ruth O’Keeffe this week and she did some investigating of her own into the future of the school, which closed in 2005. She said: “Like many people, from the correspondence I have received, I was surprised to learn that the St Anne’s site had apparently entered the planning process. Read more here
Recently, a news about former Lewes school broke out that attracted a lot of people in East Sussex area. The school was closed in 2005 and many people are still trying to get access to information as to its future. Basically, progress appeared to have been made at the former St Anne’s School site in Lewes, however it has taken local councillors by surprise. Cllr Ruth O’Keeffe closely followed the progress of the former school and she learned that the South Downs National Park Authority (SDNPA) already started pre-application process even if it has yet to actively involve East Sussex County Council. Lastly, she mentioned that the town council is still committed to have full consultation to any future planning application.


Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex

Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex is one of the well-known travel destinations in East Sussex area. It is a brick-built castle, dating from the 15th century, near Herstmonceux, East Sussex, England. These days, a lot of people want to visit the place since it is considered as one of the oldest prominent brick buildings that is still standing in England. The place was built using local clay by builders from Flanders. The castle is so beautiful with its garden in the front yard. The corridors are also marvellous. Lastly, many producers for television shows and films use the place for filming location.




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Driving Direction
51 min (30.0 miles)
via A27
Fastest route, the usual traffic
Herstmonceux Castle
Hailsham BN27 1RN, UK

Take Wartling Rd, Wartling Hill and Wartling Rd to Pevensey Bypass/A27
8 min (4.1 mi)

Follow A27 to Carden Ave in Brighton. Take the exit toward Hollingbury/Ditchling from A27
30 min (22.6 mi)

Take Ditchling Rd to Beaconsfield Rd/A23
8 min (3.0 mi)

Slight left onto Beaconsfield Rd/A23
1 min (0.3 mi)

Drive to New England St/A270
1 min (0.1 mi)

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