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    What is there to do in winter in the Eastbourne area?
    POSTED BY Thai Terre | January 8, 2015
    Something that you will have noticed if you live in a tourist or coastal area such as Eastbourne, Beachy Head or East Dean is the way that, as soon as September 1st rolls around and the tourists begin to head home, everything starts to slow down. At first it’s great – you don’t get stuck in traffic any more, you can park on the shoreline or outside your favourite restaurant again, and having the beach to yourself is a real treat. But then the cafes and restaurants in Eastbourne begin to shut their doors for winter; the boat trips stop; the museums and attractions are only open at weekends, if at all, and it starts to feel a bit lonely. However, there’s still lots to do in East Sussex, even in the winter. The Seaford Museum is open every Sunday; Towner, the contemporary art gallery in Eastbourne, remains open Tuesday–Sunday; Devonshire Park Theatre in Eastbourne has some excellent shows over the coming months; and Eastbourne Bandstand is hosting several free concerts over the Christmas period. If you are more interested in the natural beauty of Beachy Head and the South Downs, there are also many walks you can take in the area. What could be better than a bracing walk arou...
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