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Is a seaside town and borough in East Sussex on the south coast of England, 24 mi east to the county town of Lewes and 53 mi south east of London. The town gives its name to the Battle of Hastings, which took place 8 mi to the north-west at Senlac Hill in 1066. It later became one of the medieval Cinque Ports. In the 19th century, it was a popular seaside resort, as the railway allowed tourists and visitors to reach the town. Today, Hastings is a fishing port with the UK’s largest beach-based fishing fleet. It has an estimated population of 92,855 as of 2018.

Hastings is situated where the sandstone beds, at the heart of the Weald, known geologically as the Hastings Sands, meet the English Channel, forming tall cliffs to the east of the town. Hastings Old Town is in a sheltered valley between the East Hill and West Hill (on which the remains of the Castle stand). In Victorian times and later the town has spread westwards and northwards, and now forms a single urban centre with the more suburban area of St Leonards-on-Sea to the west. Roads from the Old Town valley lead towards the Victorian area of Clive Vale and the former village of Ore, from which “The Ridge”, marking the effective boundary of Hastings, extends north-westwards towards Battle. Beyond Bulverhythe, the western end of Hastings is marked by low-lying land known as Glyne Gap, separating it from Bexhill-on-Sea. Wikipedia

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Walk 1 in Hastings – Alfred Street, Saint Leonards to Hastings Pier
Approximately 0.88 miles – 1.42 km

The walk starts in Alfred Street, Saint Leonards – Kings Road, Saint Leonards – Norman Road, Saint Leonards – Church Road, Saint Leonards – Warrior Square, Saint Leonards – Grand Parade, Saint Leonards – Eversfield Place, Saint Leonards-on-sea – Hastings Pier, Eversfield Place, Saint Leonards

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Walk 2 in Hastings – White Rock  to George Street
Approximately 1.20 miles – 1.92 km

The walk starts in White Rock – Carlisle Parade – Pelham Place – E Parade – High Street – Courthouse Street – High Street – Swan Terrace – Church Passage – High Street – George Street

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