High Street, Hastings :: Shared Description
At just less than 0.4 miles long the High Street has over one hundred listed buildings and structures, accounting for most of the Street.
Running diagonally from South-West to North-East. The South-West half starts from the junction of East Parade
(A229), the buildings are predominantly shops, with flats above and contains a varied mix of shops such as antique shops, bric-a-brac, art shops and galleries, pubs and cafés, and the 'famous' Judge's Bakery. Half way along the street can be found, a cinema, the old town hall, and old post office. The middle to North-West is predominately housing, and near the end St Mary's of the Sea church. The road then re-joins with The Bourne (also the A229).
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Created: Sun, 8 Nov 2009, Updated: Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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