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COVID-19 IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Read our tips on staying safe as you enjoy the South Downs National Park.

Visit Seven Sisters Country Park

Visit Seven Sisters Country Park

Our absolute priority remains the safety of our visitors as well as the 117,000 people living and working within the National Park.

Before travelling to the South Downs National Park, please read our latest guidelines on staying safe and exercising the “3 Rs” – Restraint, Responsibility and Respect


Seven Sisters Country Park is named after the famous Seven Sisters chalk cliffs that form part of the Sussex Heritage Coast.

It is a popular location for locals and international visitors who come to experience this magnificent stretch of coastline between Seaford and Eastbourne.

Like other chalk cliffs around Britain, it is slowly being nibbled away by the elements. It’s estimated that 30-40cm of the coastal edge crumbles away each year.

It is a haven for wildlife, especially migratory birds who enjoy the temperate British summers.

 

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" The Downs...too much for one pair of eyes, enough to float a whole population in happiness. "