1066 Country deserves a fantastic website to represent everything it has to offer, and we've been working hard to build exactly that.

This website is currently in 'soft launch' phase, ahead of its formal launch in October 2019. There's still lots of work going on in the background, and undoubtedly still a few bugs to iron out.

If you've noticed anything wrong, missing or otherwise suspect, please let us know by emailing 1066countrymarketing@hastings.gov.uk. We'd love your general feedback too, and we hope you enjoy the new site.

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Named after the most famous conflict on English soil, this compact market town hosts a year-round programme of lively events.

Bexhill
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A creative hotspot for contemporary culture with an elegant seafront, modern vintage shops, and quirky places for art and music.

Bodiam
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Bodiam

Storybook romance comes alive in Bodiam, with its moated castle, river and steam train.

Camber
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Camber

A stunning stretch of white sandy beach, complete with undulating dunes and unspoilt views stretching for miles.

Hastings
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Hastings Green Festival, West Sussex

An oyster that comes with its own grit, here the smooth bustle of modern life rubs along with the rough edges of tradition.

Herstmonceux
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Herstmonceux

A village with many claims to fame — moated castle, former Royal Observatory, science centre and home of the Sussex trug.

Pevensey
Towns & Villages
Pevensey

This eclectic seaside stronghold is where the Normans landed in 1066, but its history of invasion goes back even further.

Rye
Towns & Villages
Rye

A medieval citadel huddled against invaders and the sea, today Rye is home to a myriad of art, curiosities and cosy pubs.

Winchelsea
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Winchelsea

Once one of England’s most thriving ports, now landlocked, this tranquil hilltop town sits upon a honeycomb of hidden cellars.