Hangleton is a residential suburb of Hove, part of the English city and coastal resort of Brighton and Hove. The area was developed in the 1930s after it was incorporated into the borough of Hove, but has ancient origins: its parish church was founded in the 11th century and retains 12th-century fabric, and the medieval manor house is Hove's oldest secular building. The village became depopulated in the medieval era and the church fell into ruins, and the population in the isolated hilltop parish only reached 100 in the early 20th century; but rapid 20th-century development resulted in more than 6,000 people living in Hangleton in 1951 and over 9,000 in 1961. By 2013 the population exceeded 14,000.

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  • Hangleton is a residential suburb of Hove, part of the English city and coastal resort of Brighton and Hove. The area was developed in the 1930s after it was incorporated into the borough of Hove, but has ancient origins: its parish church was founded in the 11th century and retains 12th-century fabric, and the medieval manor house is Hove's oldest secular building. The village became depopulated in the medieval era and the church fell into ruins, and the population in the isolated hilltop parish only reached 100 in the early 20th century; but rapid 20th-century development resulted in more than 6,000 people living in Hangleton in 1951 and over 9,000 in 1961. By 2013 the population exceeded 14,000. The church and manor house (now a pub) are now surrounded by modern development. Following the parish's incorporation into the Borough of Hove in 1928, a mixture of council housing and lower-density private houses were built between the 1930s and the 1950s, along with facilities such as shopping parades, schools and more churches and pubs. Regular bus links were developed to other parts of Hove and Brighton, but a short-lived railway ran through the area had closed by the time residential development got underway. (en)
  • Hangleton – wieś w Anglii, w hrabstwie ceremonialnym East Sussex, w dystrykcie (unitary authority) Brighton and Hove. Leży 74 km na południe od Londynu. (pl)
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  • The Grenadier pub and Hangleton Manor Inn (en)
  • Left to right: St Richard's Church, Emmanuel Church and Hounsom Memorial Church (en)
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  • Hangleton Manor Inn and The Old Manor House, Hangleton Manor Close, Hangleton .jpg (en)
  • The Grenadier Pub, Hangleton Road, Hangleton .JPG (en)
  • Oasis Christian Fellowship Baptist Church, Hangleton .JPG (en)
  • Hounsom Memorial URC Church, Nevill Avenue, Hangleton .JPG (en)
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  • Hangleton – wieś w Anglii, w hrabstwie ceremonialnym East Sussex, w dystrykcie (unitary authority) Brighton and Hove. Leży 74 km na południe od Londynu. (pl)
  • Hangleton is a residential suburb of Hove, part of the English city and coastal resort of Brighton and Hove. The area was developed in the 1930s after it was incorporated into the borough of Hove, but has ancient origins: its parish church was founded in the 11th century and retains 12th-century fabric, and the medieval manor house is Hove's oldest secular building. The village became depopulated in the medieval era and the church fell into ruins, and the population in the isolated hilltop parish only reached 100 in the early 20th century; but rapid 20th-century development resulted in more than 6,000 people living in Hangleton in 1951 and over 9,000 in 1961. By 2013 the population exceeded 14,000. (en)
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