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Marvellous Myths Revealed at Final Culture & Cake

20 August 2018

Myths of smugglers tunnels, stories of ghostly apparitions and the possible King of Eastbourne, will all be unpicked and re-examined by Heritage Manager Jo Seaman, at the final serving of Culture and Cake.


St Mary’s ChurchHeld on Saturday 15 September, the monthly talk will involve some myth busting as Jo investigates whether smugglers tunnels really existed in Eastbourne and where stories of spectres in St Mary’s churchyard may have in fact originated from.

Jo will also reveal whether Eastbourne was always as genteel as it seems, whether a King lived in a Roman royal residence where the Pier now stands and why it is claimed Eastbourne was the most bombed town in the South East.

Culture and Cake: Myth and Memory in Eastbourne starts at 2pm on Saturday 15 September at the Redoubt Fortress. Tickets cost £6 and include a hot drink and a piece of cake.

Tickets available at the Redoubt Fortress, telephone 01323 410300, or Eastbourne Tourist Information, or book online at

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