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The club trains at the all-weather 400m track at the end of Mountfield Road, and other locations in the area.
Lewes District Council is administered from offices in Southover House on Southover Road.
Scholars think that the.Michael Nevill, Lansdown, and Cranedown on the Kingston Road.The Jireh Chapel, off Malling Street, is a Grade I listed building, 38 being a rare survivor of its type dating from 1805."Southover Church Website - Who We Were".The two schools share a field.The Elephant and Castle hosts the Saturday Folk Club.Citation needed The sciences and natural enquiry are represented by Gideon Mantell who is credited with the first discovery and identification of fossilised dinosaur ( iguanodon ) teeth.Road engineering and local planning policy in the 1970s cleared many older buildings here to allow the flow of traffic; it now goes along Little East Street, across the Phoenix Bridge and through the Cuilfail Tunnel to join the A27.The settlement is a traditional market town and centre of communications and in 1264, it was the site of the.93 Lewes has been influenced by its close proximity to the University of Sussex and Brighton University in terms of significant numbers of academics and students living in the town.The A26 from Maidstone to Newhaven; and the A275 (the London road) both come in from the north.The two banks of the river are joined by Willey's Bridge (a footbridge the Phoenix Causeway (a recent concrete road bridge, named after the old Phoenix Ironworks) and Cliffe Bridge (an eighteenth-century replacement of the mediaeval crossing, widened in the 1930s and now semi-pedestrianised).In the 1960s it was home to Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones, as it is now to other musicians, notably Herbie Flowers, Arthur Brown and Tim Rice-Oxley from Keane.Contents, history edit, archaeological evidence points to prehistoric dwellers in the area.Retrieved 17 February 2009.A pub in South Street is named The Snowdrop in memory of the event.Diarist John Evelyn spent his boyhood at Southover Grange.