Town’s appeal on show in Heritage Trail guide book


Residents and visitors to Hailsham can learn more about the town’s heritage and historical significance by walking the Hailsham Heritage Trail.

Hailsham In Bloom, which works in partnership with residents, schools, businesses and voluntary organisations, originally proposed to create a designated heritage trail for the town in 2010.

In partnership with resident Paul Endersby, principal writer of the Hailsham Heritage Trail guide, a number of buildings and other locations of interest which are considered to be of historical importance were identified, the majority of which have been included in the Trail which was launched last year.

Copies of the Hailsham Heritage Map and Guide are now available for members of the public to purchase at the Town Council offices in Market Street. Each map costs £2.

The guide includes historical photos and a description of each of the 27 buildings and locations of interest that make up the Hailsham Heritage Trail.