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Hailsham is a town, a civil parish and the administrative centre of the Wealden district of East Sussex. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book, where it is called Hamelesham. The town of Hailsham has a history of industry and agriculture.

It is in the county of East Sussex, about 6 miles from the coast, and between the well-wooded hills of the southern Forest Ridge and the undulating chalk countryside of the South Downs.

The town is surrounded by “much attractive and unspoilt scenery”. It is the largest settlement in the southern half of the Wealden district, and the largest inland town in East Sussex with around 8,500 homes and a population of just over 20,000. Wikipedia

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Walk in Alfiston – Beuzeville Avenue to Station Road
Approximately 1.11 miles – 1.79 km

The walk starts in Beuzeville Avenue – North Street – High Street – Hailsham Parish Church – Vicarage Road – Walk back through the Churchyard to the High Street – Stoney Lane – Garfield Road – Station Road

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