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SUNDAY 16 OCTOBER

9am - 1066 Way to Battle

This 17-mile foot race will follow the 1066 Country Walk from Pevensey (where William landed) to Battle (the site of his famous victory).  Limited to 1,066 entries.

9am start at Pevensey Castle, finishing at Battle Abbey from 11am

10am - 5pm - Battle of Hastings re-enactment

A re-enactment of the Battle of Hastings will take place on the historic battlefield.  Hundreds of re-enactors from all over the world will represent the Normans, Saxons and other armies who took part in the epic conflict.

Battle Abbey; £3-£15.60

Shining Lights Children’s Fun Day

Midday to 4pm

Come dressed as a knight or a princess and enjoy falconry, bouncy castle, face painting, sand play and a talk about the Battle of Hastings.

Egerton Park, Bexhill, free

6.30pm - The Reflection

At the end of an extraordinary day, we come together to reflect in music, song and closing speeches, and to unveil the People's Tapestry in Hastings.

St Clements Church, High Street, Old Town Hastings

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