Buildings of this period are heavy and solid, carrying an air of solemnity.
St Mary’s Church in Old Town is representative of the Romanesque and Gothic style, stone built with round and pointed arches. The Old Parsonage, adjoining the church is a 16th century rectory manor.
The Lamb Inn, sitting opposite St. Mary's Church is reputed to be the oldest hostelry in Britain.
Although we know less of the town’s layout during the middle ages and medieval period we know that the Lamb Inn and some nearby flint and timber-framed local houses with heavy mullioned windows date back to the thirteenth century.
As well as the properties arising from this period there are a number of more recent developments indicative of this style such as:
the imposing Eastbourne College
the impressive Victorian buildings of St Saviour’s Church and All Saints Hospital
the 1920s built tudor-styled Park Close
Filming Locations at a Glance
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