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» The De La Warr Pavilion
The De La Warr Pavilion is the most famous building in Bexhi...
» RNLI Coin Collector - East Parade
1930s Royal National Lifeboat Institution Coin Col...
» Bexhill Museum Newsletters
Bexhill Museum Newsletters are available to download.2017:Newsletter 114 Summer 2017...
» Temporary Exhibitions Archive
Temporary Exhibitions 2017:Roaring 20s and Stylish 30sPeople, Object, Place: A project exploring migration in the Region.Download the ...
» The History of Bexhill
The first reference to Bexhill, or Bexlei as it was originally called, was in a charter granted by King Offa of Mercia in 772AD. It is recorded that King Offa had ‘defeated the men of Hastings at Pevensey’ in 771AD. At this time, the term...
» Exhibitions
Exhibitions for 2018Opening 2018:Changing Styles in Challenging TimesDisplay of costumes in the late 1930a and 1940s to include utility dresses and 'make do and mend' memorabilia....
» Bexhill's Dinosaurs
The rocks on which Bexhill is situated are about 130 million years old and were formed in a geological period called the Lower Cretaceous. They contain the fossilised remains of the plants and animals that inhabited a radically different landscape. T...
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