SOUTH EAST ENGLAND CENTRES

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WORTHING

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Located only 10 miles from Brighton, Worthing is a famous seaside resort in West Sussex. With more than 100,000 inhabitants, this former fishing port has been able to modernise and become an important financial centre. With its rich cultural history (Oscar Wilde and Harold Pinter lived and worked there), its pedestrian city centre, its famous Pier, Worthing seduces by its astonishing simplicity.

Possible excursions: Brighton, London, Arundel, Chichester, Portsmouth, Windsor, Hastings, Winchester, ...

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EASTBOURNE

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Eastbourne is a town, seaside resort and borough in the non-metropolitan county of East Sussex on the south coast of England, 19 miles (31 km) east of Brighton. Eastbourne is immediately to the east of Beachy Head, the highest chalk sea cliff in Great Britain and part of the larger Eastbourne Downland Estate.

Possible excursions: Brighton, London, Tunbridge Wells,, Canterbury, Hastings, Portsmouth, ...

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REDHILL

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Situated at the junction of the M25 (London Orbital) and the M23 (London/Brighton motorway), Redhill is perfectly located for those who want both Surrey charm and proximity to London.

Possible excursions: London, Windsor, Brighton, ...

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CHATHAM

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Chatham is a town in North Kent. The town grew up around Chatham Dockyard and since its closure in 1984 the main naval buildings have been a thriving tourist attraction. Amongst the Chatham Historic Dockyard are the 3 historic warships - HMS Gannet (1878), HMS Cavalier (1944) and HMS Ocelot (1962) Located between London and Canterbury, Chatham is the right place for London lovers and history buffs.

Possible excursions: London, Canterbury, Hastings, Brighton, Tunbridge Wells, ...

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MILTON KEYNES

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For many years considered the "energy capital of the UK", Milton Keynes is a new town in Buckinghamshire.
Internationally famous for Bletchley Park (where the British broke the Enigma code used by the Germans during the Second World War),the country's most famous computer museum.

Possible excursions: London, Cambridge, Stratford-upon-Avon, Birmingham, St Albans, Oxford, ...

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CRANBROOK

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Cranbrook is a small town in Kent, in the south east of England. It lies about halfway between Maidstone and Hastings, about 60 km south-east of central London.

As well as the famous Union Mill in the town centre, the architecture of the town is not to be outdone. The town still has some medieval buildings and with the famous Battle of Hastings site nearby, this is the perfect place for a medieval-themed school trip.

Possible excursions: London, Canterbury, Hastings, Brighton, Tunbridge Wells, ...

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MAIDSTONE

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Maidstone is the largest town in Kent, England, and is only 30 miles from London. The River Medway runs through the centre of the town, linking it to Rochester and the Thames Estuary. 
The maritime climate with its cool summers and mild winters makes Maidstone and Kent in general the perfect location for an early year school trip...

Possible excursions: London, Canterbury, Hastings, Brighton, Rochester, ...