The Sussex Arms
The Sussex Arms in East Street was once on the edge of a small harbour occupied by fishing boats in the 18th-19th centuries. The area is now occupied by the taxi rank. Likewise two tall and narrow Lobel elms (Ulmus ‘Lobel’) stand near the public house and these are two of the first public plantings of this species in the UK.
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