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The Stade - The Net Huts

These tarred and weatherboarded structures date from the 17th century, before the Stade developed. At this time, there was nowhere to spread the nets to dry so they were made as tall as possible to give Fisherman enough space.

Restored with a Heritage Lottery Grant, they're now one of the town's most historic landmarks.

Places to See

Clambers

Clambers Play Centre

One of the best and largest Children’s Play Centres in the UK with extensive indoor and outdoor areas. For children up to 12 years and a separate...

Sedlescombe Organic Vineyard

Sedlescombe Organic Vineyard

England's oldest organic vineyard, established in 1979. A woodland nature trail forms part of the vineyard self- guided tour. Watch organic farming...

Egerton Park

Egerton Park

Located within a few minutes’ walk of the seafront and town centre, Egerton Park offers something for everyone from leisurely walks around the lakes...

Large coastal nature reserve with a vast array of wildlife

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

A large coastal nature reserve with shingle beaches, sandy shores at low tide, grassland, saltmarsh and reedbeds bordering lakes and pools hosting a...

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