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Friston -to- High Hurstwood
Friston (Home of the Railway Children)
Frittenden (The Search for the Treacle Mines)
Glynde (Home of English Opera)
Goudhurst (Smugglers, Iron and Forests)
Greatstone (Parabolic Sound Detectors and PLUTO)
Groombridge (Home of the Groombridge Gang)
Guestling (Changing guards at Buckingham Palace)
Hadlow (Mays Folly - 150ft tower)
Hadlow Down (Wealden cannons and Charcoal)
Hailsham (Ropes and Napoleon)
Halland (Ancient Slaughter)
Hamsey (Abandoned Saxon Island)
Hamstreet and Orlestone (The Start of the Ordnance Survey)
Hartfield (A.A.Milne and Winnie-the-Pooh)
Hassocks
hastings Bulverhythe (Landing place of the citizens)
Hastings East Cliff (Beautiful Views and peaceful Walks)
Hastings Harbour (The Harbour and Fishing)
Hastings Old Town (The ancient Cinque Port)
Hastings Ore (Iron and the Turnpike)
Hastings Sea Front (Modern amusements,pier and promenade)
Hastings Town Center
Hastings West Hill (Ancient Norman Castle)
Hawkhurst (A Notorious Gang of Smugglers)
Headcorn (King Johns Oak)
Heathfield (19th Century Natural Gas)
Hellingly (Only remaining Ciric in Sussex)
Herstmonceux (Castle and Observatory)
Hever (Anne Boleyn and the Castle)
High Hurstwood

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