If you’ve ever watched a Disney film and wondered if the place they’re set are real locations, or if particular places featured in them have real-life inspirations, then this is everything you need to know.
Hugh Bonneville, star of the cinematic blockbuster Downton Abbey, helped raise an aristocratic £61,200 to protect and enhance the South Downs - an extraordinary landscape which he described as ‘a great re-charger of the human battery.’
The steam train, operated by Steam Dreams, ran from London Victoria to Eastbourne via Redhill and Haywards Heath behind ex-LMS ‘Black 5’ steam loco No.44871, before traveling to Hastings hauled by Class 33/2 Diesel loco No.33207 ‘Jim Martin’.
The Crown in All Saints Street has become a go-to place for many people. It was voted as the best place to drink in the UK by The Guardian and more recently named as the Parliamentary Pub of the Year for the South East.