Make the most of studying in this relaxing coastal location
Things to do in Eastbourne
At Twin we believe that our role in the social life of our students is just as important as our role in their academic life, which is why we place great emphasis on the cultural and recreational aspects of every student’s stay.
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Explore the coastline, town and scenic surrounding areas
Each Friday during spring and summer, when the weather is good, we organise lunchtime barbecues in the school garden. Throughout the year on weekdays cinema evenings and bowling is organised as well as DVD and games evenings in the school. Pub evenings and parties are great opportunities to catch up with friends and meet new people.
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Things to do
For over 120 years Eastbourne has been famous as a holiday resort and a year round tourist destination. So, naturally, there is a wide choice of activities to suit you, no matter what your age or taste. The town is a cultural centre with four theatres and two cinemas, and the highly respected Towner Gallery, which has regular art exhibitions.
If you are interested in playing or watching sports there are four golf courses, a number of public tennis courts, bowling and bowls. If you are a sailing enthusiast, there is a yachting marina, and for tennis fans , every year in June there is an international tennis tournament attracting the world's top female tennis players.
Eastbourne is a great place if you want to experience English life. You can try fish and chips or take afternoon tea in one of the many tea rooms around the town. Over 18s can try English beer in a traditional English pub either in town or in the nearby countryside. In addition to the picturesque seafront, there are spectacular cliff top vistas, and historic country villages and country walks just a short bus ride away. Our staff will be pleased to help you to arrange your trip and offer you advice on places to visit. Excursions can be arranged to destinations such as London, Oxford, Stonehenge and Cambridge.
How to get around
Eastbourne is an easy town to get around. The beaches, town centre shops and restaurants, theatres and most of the other amenities, including the library and railway station, are within easy walking distance from the school and homestays. Other popular attractions such as the Sovereign Yachting Marina, swimming pool, and bowling leisure centre, and locations such as Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters are only a short bus journey from the town centre. Weekly bus passes cost £12.50 and are a cost efficient means of travelling around the town and surrounding areas.
Eastbourne has excellent train connections to central London and London Gatwick Airport (trains run every 30 minutes) as well as routes to Brighton, Hastings and other coastal towns as well as to Ashford International for Eurostar connections to Paris and Brussels.
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