I should like to acknowledge the invaluable help and support given by Julian Porter, Curator at Bexhill Museum, his colleagues and fellow volunteers of the Museum’s Local History Group during the creation of this trail.

For full information about Bexhill Museum, its collections, opening times and facilities, please click here to visit its website.

A very useful site for information about Bexhill-on-Sea for both visitors and residents alike which includes the town’s history as well as up-to-date news and views about accommodation, travel, diary of events, weather, may be found at Discover Bexhill:

Another very useful site which maps out information about Bexhill-on-Sea may be found at Bexhill-OSM:

Bexhill Heritage is a society for the protection and improvement of the built environment, details of which can be found here:

The following websites may also be useful for further information about some of the memorials, monuments and sculptures on this trail as well as other similar structures throughout Sussex.

Public Sculptures of Sussex database

Sussex Parish Churches

English Heritage: The National Heritage List for England


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