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Until only a couple of years ago we lived nearby in a house built by one of the Burtons. We continue to have several friends who live in Burton St Leonards and who would live nowhere else for stye and character.Throughout the summer there are...More
a lovely couple of hours at the garden, the very friendly people from the Burton society, explained how the garden and how St Leonards had been built as a new town, and how it worked. the garden was a peaceful walk.
I hadn't visited St Leonards Gardens for many many years. It was great to see the recent Heritage Lottery Fund had been put to good use in the gardens, which felt well cared for and loved. The careful planning of numerous appropriate plants, a very...More
Took some time out to enjoy the shops in the area over Christmas. Some real unique places and friendly shop owners. Found exactly what I wanted for the last few presents as there is such a variety of goods in the shops in this area.
This area is up and coming and there are always new places opening that one can go to in this vibrant area such as small organic vegetarian/vegan eateries and antique shops as well as the classic Burton St Leonards Architecture that gives this area a...More
There is such a great architectural feel to this area having been designed by decimus Burton all those years ago giving the area the new town of St Leonards on Sea
There is such a distinct change from St Leonards into the town of Hastings...More
Little galleries, quirky shops, interesting small park (with regency houses in it). Much renovation and renewal and arty young things. - And if you want the 'seaside' that's all there too - just walk along to Hastings Pier, Hastings Old Town (you need several days)...More