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Cuckmere Haven and the English Channel

Easter Monday close to the mouth of river Cuckmere where the river used to meander down to the sea as a series of ox bows beneath the Sevan Sisters – beautiful to see from above at sunset but… 74 more words

South Downs

Long man of Wilmington

It’s likely Wilmington’s name is from a combination of ‘wylm’ (cloud) and ‘ington’ (fortified village on a hill). My own favorite place is looking towards the long man from a small orchard that is part of the ruins of Wilmington priory – perhaps built by monks who came from Honfleur in France. 20 more words

South Downs

Devil's Dyke Family Ramble

Length: 3.19 miles (5.1 km)

Time: 2 hours (although could be done in considerably less time if you’re not mucking about like we were).

Difficulty: 1,907 more words

Walking

New Nature & The Quest for Wild Sussex

I’ve been bursting to share this news with you all week!  I have been given the opportunity of writing a regular column in one of the best magazines (in my humble opinion) currently in publication! 725 more words

Sussex Field Notes Blog

inside Jill Mill

Access to Jill Mill is up a steep “ladder” which is part of an elaborate mechanism designed to keeps the sails facing the wind.

Inside volunteers told us Jill needs a Force 5 wind to mill grain. 16 more words

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