Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist


We have now scouted out all the towns on the East Sussex coast to which we might one day move. Seaford was the last of them.

Seaford is small. It has a history. There's a long shingle beach, bounded by the chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters to the East and the Newhaven peninsula to the West. It never seems to have tried very hard to promote itself as a holiday resort, but there are beach huts and a beach café- and as much sea and sky as you could possibly gaze at and still retain your eyesight. Turn inland and you're in among the South Downs- with Alfriston, (which is madly pretty) just a few miles away.

It ain't expensive. We could afford an apartment with a sea view....

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