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Art Shops in Eastbourne

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Nigel Greaves Gallery

8-9 Grand Hotel Buildings
Compton Street
Eastbourne
Sussex
BN21 4EJ
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New Art Gallery in Eastbourne. Opened in May 2008 by popular BBC TV newsreader Bev Thompson. The Gallery features original works by internationally acclaimed artist Nigel J Greaves FRSA. The gallery is on two floors and is easy to find behind the Grand Hotel on Eastbourne's seafront.

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