|near Eastbourne, East Sussex, England|
RAF Station Beachy Head was a Royal Air Force (RAF) radar station and one of the many Chain Home Low radar stations, being situated near Beachy Head and Eastbourne in East Sussex, England. It featured a Type 16 radar that was monitored from RAF Kenley.
RAF Beachy Head saw much activity in World War II covering the area from Brighton to Hastings from ten miles out to sea, but began to decline in importance in the 1950s.
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