What’s on nearby

The De La Warr Pavilion

Check out what’s on at the renowned De La Warr Pavilion, then do a survey amongst locals to see who pronounces it how. The jury seems to be out on De La WAR and De La WHERE.

I’m torn.

Thanks to discoverbexhill.com for the images!

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National Trust Properties

There are a number of National Trust properties in the area, including Bateman’s, the home of Rudyard Kipling; and Bodiam Castle, which is as close to a proper bona fide castle as you can get, moat and dressing up costumes and everything. A great day out for people of any age, be they littl’uns or big’uns.

To check what’s near Tobago, plug TN39 3YB into the National Trust’s location finder.

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Goings On In Bexhill

For what’s on in Bexhill, we point you to very handy website Visit 1066 Country, useful to bookmark while you’re here. On your doorstep is the Bexhill Museum, worth a little peruse, and Egerton Park with its excellent playground for the kids, plus of course the De La Warr Pavilion, and the lovely seafront promenade. Do make sure you walk from one end to the other, to take in all the promenade art installations, lovely planting, local architecture and seafront eateries.

Big thanks to discoverbexhill.com for use of the images.

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Days Out In Sussex

For a very good list of the best Sussex has to offer, and a super friendly website, stroll through the Sussex Top Attractions website. Even we haven’t done all of these. Darn it we need to get down to Tobago more often!

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English Heritage

Another awesome list of great places to visit is of course the English Heritage site – including of course the must-do trip to Battle – famous for, did you know, being the site of the Battle of Hastings? Yep, you’re slap bang in the heart of some serious English history when you’re in Tobago, folks.

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Cycle Trails

There are some great cycle trails and walks on our doorstep, including the lovely Coastal Culture Trail site, which lists trails that join up 3 art galleries along a coastal bike ride. We would suggest doing the Bexhill to Hastings route, which is totally road free.

And don’t forget the Sustrans networks too – the Cuckoo Trail is your nearest off-road trail to explore.

Need a bike? The Bexhill Bicycle Hire Company, will, not surprisingly, hire you out a bike or two!

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