Eastbourne Seafront - Must have Guide!
What a great way to present all those essential facts, figures and anything else you want to know or even didn't think you wanted to know about Eastbourne's seafront!! Eastbourne Tide Times: Tide time tables and today's sea swell report for Eastbourne's tides. Beach Safety: Learn about beach safety on Eastbourne's seafront as well as Kids' Safety Packs and the Kidsafe Wristband Scheme. Beach Huts and Chalets: Our Seafront pages have information about how we look after our bea
8 reasons you should visit Eastbourne
8 reasons you should visit Eastbourne As residents of Eastbourne we were devastated following the recent fire that destroyed the town’s iconic pier. The Grade II listed building is expected to be rebuilt, with the potential of re-opening before Christmas and the part of the pier that was saved could hopefully be accessed by the public again as early as next month. While the destruction of the pier may dissuade holidaymakers from visiting the town – dubbed the sunshine coast
How has Eastbourne become a major part of the tennis calendar?
I came across this article the other day. Hope you find it interesting ... How has Eastbourne become a major part of the tennis calendar? By James ClarkeBBC News, Sussex #atlantaguesthouse #eastbourneinfo #tennis
Airbourne To Celebrate 50 Years of Red Arrows
Airbourne To Celebrate 50 Years of Red Arrows With Red, White & Blue Fireworks Party Airbourne returns this August [14th - 17th August 2014] with the Red Arrows performing every day over the free four day airshow, and a brand new music stage on the beach. Heart will lead an after show beach party at this year’s Airbourne: Eastbourne International Airshow on Sunday night, with a spectacular Red Arrows themed firework display, thanks to new sponsor Ansvar Insurance. Tom, Nicol
The 'dredger' visits Eastbourne
With all the terrible storms from October last year to the early part of this year, Eastbourne was quite lucky and managed to avoid the worst of it. As we are so close to the sea, we had a few sleepless nights wondering if it was our turn to get out the sandbags and buckets, but luckily the sea defences held! This photo shows a 'dredger' ship putting back the pebbles the storms took away and building up the defences once again. To see such a large vessel so close to the shor