East Sussex & South Downs

East Sussex is a county in South East England. It is bordered by the counties of Kent, Surrey and West Sussex, and to the south by the English Channel. The South Downs is a range of chalk hills that extends for about across the south-eastern coastal counties of England from the Itchen Valley of Hampshire in the west to Beachy Head, near Eastbourne, East Sussex, in the east. 3.3/5

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Firle Beacon and the South Downs Way, East Sussex - Walking Guide fully described on the iFootpath App
More up on the South Downs near Firle, East Sussex, with a sleepy
A Sussex walk to the Seven Sisters Country Park in East Sussex - part of the South Downs National Park.
South Downs bed and breakfast near Halland, East Sussex. We are in the heart of East Sussex, close to historical...
The cliffs of Beachy Head and the Lighthouse below, as viewed along the South Downs Way in East Sussex, England
Southdown (sheep) An American Southdown fall ewe at the NAILE Livestock show Two Southdowns at the 2007 Great Yorkshire Show The Southdown is a small, dual-purpose British sheep , raised primarily for meat . [1] The Southdown breed was originally bred by John Ellman of Glynde , near Lewes, East Sussex , about 200 years ago. His work was continued by Jonas Webb of Babraham in Cambridgeshire , who developed the larger animal of today. It was exported to New Zealand and was used in the breeding of the Canterbury lamb. This sheep was involved with crossbreeding to develop other breeds: with existing stock, the Hampshire , via the Hampshire, the Oxford Down with the Norfolk Horn , the Suffolk. The Southdown in Britain is recognised by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust as a native breed, although today it is popular amongst the smaller scale breeders of sheep. [2] Characteristics It has been split into two sub-breeds. The Southdown raised by commercial growers today, is larger than the "traditional" Southdown of y ...
- The Guinness World Record for firewalking was smashed in Eastbourne in2012 (April 28th) when Lindsay Morrison became the 351stperson to consecutively walk across two metres of hot coals. Her technique: Tobounce herself over the coals like a person juggling a hot loaf of breadstraight from the oven, she explained. - A group of 28 gym girls from Eastbourne, East Sussex broke the record forbeing the most people crammed in a modern Mini, completing the feat in 18minutes at Potters Field in central London, 2012, and with four people in theboot they broke their own previous world record by one person - the previousrecord being 27 people, set in Eastbourne November 2011. - It is said that the Black Monk of Beachy Head took refuge in the South Downs,avoiding capture by Henry VIII’s soldiers during the ethnic cleansing of thekingdom. He was later captured, shackled and thrown off the cliff where hisghost is said to prowl. - Artefacts from the practice of witchcraft have been found at Beachy Head - apewter cand ...
THE Seven Sisters CLIFFS OF EAST SUSSEX, ENGLAND The Seven Sisters Cliffs, the sprawling expanse of which is seen here along the coast of the English Channel, are a stretch of white chalk cliffs that compose part of the East Sussex's larger South Downs chalk cliffs. From west to east, the cliffs of the Seven Sisters are individually named; Short Bottom, Short Brow, Limekiln Bottom, Rough Brow, Rough Bottom, Brass Point, Gap Bottom, Flagstaff Point, Flagstaff Bottom, Flat Hill, Flathill Bottom, Baily's Hill, Michel Dean, and Went Hill Brow.
A 100ft letter 'E' has been created in South Downs near Lewes, East Sussex as a permanent tribute to Queen Elizabeth II and the Jubilee year of 2012.
102km cycling event starting from Hailsham. Controls at Mayfield and Mayfield, plus 3 information controls. Classic event, venturing into deepest East Sussex, take on the challenging Willingford Lane, Argos/ Kidds Hill & up to Broad Oak. Why not enter Mad Jacks John Seviour memorial. GPX files-http:...
Between the North and South Downs in the east of Sussex lies a wide.
Tucked away in the rolling Sussex countryside within 25 acres of private land lies a beautiful fairytale property with some areas dating back to the 15th Century. With spectacular views over the South Downs, large swimming pool and wonderfully spacious throughout, Mount Noddy makes a perfect venue for all those extra special celebrations and occasions.
Danita Delimont_Getty Images - says: 'My favourite place to visit in England is the South Downs above Birling Gap beach in East Sussex. Exhilarating.' CREATED BY: Poorna Bell, MSN UK
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