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Shoreham. I was born there, and despite living in Portslade, I spent a lot of time in Shoreham whilst a teenager.
Later, my son was also born in Southlands.
I love the river, the beach, the downs and general atmosphere of the place. It's a shame it was slightly too expensive to buy anywhere, when returning to Sussex.
Hove seafront. Just love walking along the promenade with the sun out a sea breeze looking out to the sea then stopping for an ice cream. Heaven
Lewes. Was a great place to be raised.
Easy one this....Brighton!
Born and bred, and although I now live in Worthing, I try to get over to Brighton most weekends just to mooch and people watch and soak up the atmos.
Highly commended: Keymer & Bramber
Walk from the seafront to the downs in 20 minutes.
Stand at the top of Mcintyres Field and gaze upon the Center of Excellence.
A short amble along the A27 and you're at the River Adur.
Mooch up to Lancing College and watch the planes coming in to land.
Yes it's got it's faults but It is affordable (at the moment) and WE'RE GETTING AN IKEA!!!!!!!
We agree on something!
I love it, the river, the walks and as you say the general atmosphere. The Linksway to Bramber is one of my favourite strolls. Or up to Mill Hill, along to the Dyke, down into Southwick, stroll back via The Buckingham. Stunning. . The pubs and restaurants are first class,
I am lucky enough to be able to call it home these days. Walking home over the footbridge and the end of each working day is one of my great pleasures.
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