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Hellingly

Hellingly (pronounced 'Helling-lye') is a village and civil parish in the Wealden District of East Sussex, England. The village is located 1.5 miles (2.4 km) north of Hailsham. The nearby village of Lower Dicker is located within the parish.

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Hellingly Railway Station
... Hellingly was a railway station on the now closed Eridge to Polegate line (the Cuckoo Line) in East Sussex ... It served the village of Hellingly ... There was also a separate platform for passengers visiting Hellingly Hospital by tram, until 1933, the passenger service via Tramcar being discontinued from 1931 ...
Hellingly Hospital
... Hellingly Hospital, formerly the East Sussex County Asylum was a large psychiatric hospital close to the village of Hellingly, east of Hailsham, in the English county of East Sussex ...
Hellingly Cricket Club - History
... to 1758 when a newspaper contained the following article - On 21 June 1758, the gentlemen of Hellingly joined the gentlemen of the nearby villages Chiddingly and Chalvington to a ... an annual cricket game played in the form of the Chalvington Cup (which Hellingly currently hold in 2010) ... Several years later Hellingly moved cricket grounds around the village until in 1953 a new cricket pitch was laid and a pavilion was erected back at Horsebridge Recreation Ground ...
Hellingly - Notable People
... Grant lived in Hellingly at Horselunges Manor, which was featured in the opening scene in Led Zeppelin's film, The Song Remains the Same ...