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Falmer is a tiny village in the county of East Sussex in southeastern England, located between Brighton and Lewes. It is populated by only 280 inhabitants.

It was established as a university for secular priests in 772 AD, which was later changed into Wilton Abbey in 802. It began to be identified as a village in the 11th Century, and was then known as "Falesmere."

Today, Falmer is known for its history, church, rolling English countryside, farmhouses, and university.



People Born in Falmer

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Falmer in People's Lives

Ian McEwan: I moved here in 1966 to attend the University of Sussex, at the age of 18. While attending this university, I first developed an interest in writing, and realized that it was the path that I wished to pursue. During this time, I wrote scripts for plays, radio, and television. I moved to Norwich to attend the University of East Anglia for a master's degree in 1970, graduating with a bachelor's degree in literature from Sussex.

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