The Beacon

4.2/5 based on 2998 reviews
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Excellent layout, plenty of choice
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Very modern clean centre. Bright and airey all the shops you'd expect. Pleasant surroundings. There was a market just outside so plenty to see and do. All staff were very friendly very visible security so it felt safe.
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Lovely place to shop all you want
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You can find anything that you need
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Shops.. Under a roof. Ideal for when it's raining or if you just hate being outside.
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The car park is grotty. The stairs to shops from car park are appalling & stink of urine!
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The beacon is okay, they have added a new section, but unfortunately most of the stores are empty. So there's not really that much here. A real shame as if it was full it would be a good addition to the town.
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Everything you could want... But the beach is better. Don't spend too long here!
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A few but very good restaurants. Cinema present. Well lit and multiple access points. It's my go to when I'm bored. Looking forward to the battle bar opening
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Good shops
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Clean and spacious.
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It's ok. But colours are horrible
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Good shopping
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I love the Beacon because it is not overly busy. The entrance is now modern and fresh. Would love more restaurants to go in upstairs as only a few to choose from. A good selection of shops. After living in Brighton, I enjoy the peace and the ability to shop with kids.
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Functional....a bit tired looking
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Good place to go if the weather is having a bad day
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Lots of different shops and several places to eat. Seems really large for the town it is based in. Good car park with decent sized spaces, £1/hr too which was good to see.

Toilets were clean and the majority if people were still adhering to the request from the centre for masks to be worn. Primark is in the centre as is a good sized M&S.
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Got alot of different shops
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They do try, bless them. But it still feels outdated. Floor tiles are horrible. Spoils the entire design and atmosphere.
Shops are improving.
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A nice place to shop if you're looking for small independent businesses.
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Great wifi and a lovely selection of entertainment options
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Very busy
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Vastly improved shopping centre in Eastbourne with the normal high street brands and some different offerings. Light and airy with Cinema and food outlets
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If you're anti- social this place is very 'peopley' so probably not your idea of a nice day out. Other than that, it's the old Arndale with a shiny new extension. The old part, tried and tested, the new part will appeal to fans of Star Trek for the aesthetic and fans of yachting for the wind (fully recommend tacking to navigate crowds whilst holding your coat tails above your head to obtain the optimal 'wind in your sails' effect). Attracting a nice array of chicken eateries upstairs and a cinema, and downstairs shopping in some very trendy new stores selling young fashions, crazy stationery items or you can frequent the coffee shops that will have the strongest appeal to lovers of muesli, the Bacon can now make the claim to be a full day out.
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Nice shopping centre and it mostly has everything you might think of.
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Purple Tuesday 2019 at The Beacon
15/10/2019

Do you know what Purple Tuesday is all about? This day is all about improving the customer experience for disabled people and you can find out more at The Beacon on the 12th November. Read article