Findings HauntingLocation: Sussex, UK
Findings Haunting will be investigating the Old Brighton Police Cells at the Town hall in Brighton Sussex on 30th November at 8:30pm to 1:30am.
This event is an opportunity for you to experience paranormal investigations. You will have use of some equipment provided by thier team. Findings Haunting will stop for a short break, where refreshments will be provided.
Please click the 'Findings Haunting website' link below for more details on how to book tickets.
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Cat: Gay Cruising
Corton Cliffs Cruising area, Corton Road, Just off
Always open, cruising area on clifftop all sorts come here older guys, young guys, with dunes and naturist beach below, always plenty going on! some dog walkers & some people come here to walk along the beach or on the promenade so cruise with caution! & keep it in the bushes on the clifftop out of sight of none cruising people or they mite report you so come & enjoy your self & have a meet up in the bushes or join in the fun.
Address: Corton Cliffs, Corton Cliffs Cruising area, Corton Road, Just off, Lowestoft, Suffolk,
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Deleted account: 05 Apr 2007
Corton Cliffs, still one of the best cruising areas in East Anglia. This place has action all year round and even on the coldest of days for the desperate and eager, there is still action to be found. Lots of nooks and crannies to "get off" in, lots of trees, bushes and dunes and even some old "pillboxes" [bunkers from the last war] which are great fun also! This cruising area covers a wide area along the clifftops in Corton Road Lowestoft. There is also action to be had on the opposite side of the road in the trees adjacent to the golf course [dip farm pitch and putt]! Getting there is easy. Coming from the south, come through Lowestoft heading for Gt Yarmouth. Turn off the main A12 [north of Lowestoft] into Corton Road and follow until there are no more houses. When you have swerved around the precariously placed obelisks in the road, start looking for a place to park [either on the grass verge or in the car parks on the left hand side. There are 2 car parks, one near the obelisks and the other about 200 yards further along on the left]. If you are coming from the North follow A12 towards Lowestoft. As soon as the dual carriageway goes to single road take the next left into Corton Long Lane. Follow this road to the end and then turn right. Follow road through the woods and then you go down a hill and up the other side. There is a car park on your right as you start to come up the hill or just a little further on there are places to park up on the verge on your left. Map reference here:- http://streetmap.co.uk/newmap.srf?x=654830&y=295583&z=1&sv=654830,295583&st=4&ar=Y&mapp=newmap.srf&searchp=newsearch.srf
Deleted account: 07 Jul 2006
Saw mostly unattractive passive men in their late 60's to 70's,
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