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This year's Circuit Holiday will be from Monday 15th to Friday 19th June. You are invited to join Rev Richard Atkinson for our 2020 holiday to East Sussex. We will be staying at the delightful centrally-situated 3-star Cumberland Hotel in Eastbourne.
Set in an enviable position on Grand Parade in Eastbourne, the Cumberland is a traditional seaside hotel with enviable panoramic sea views just across from the beach. Many of you will know the hotel; it is opposite the Bandstand and just a few minutes' easy walk from the pier.
Cost of the holiday is £365.00 per person, with no single room supplement. However, there is a limited supply of single rooms available so they will be allocated on a first come, first served basis as we receive your deposit and booking form (attached with this Itinerary). A deposit of £50.00 per person will be required to secure your room.
For the full details and planned itinerary, click here.

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