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 Seven Sisters to the Ashdown Forest Attractions
The southern part of the area was heavily involved in smuggling along the coast, and sheep farming on the South Downs, the inland area has and still is mostly farming based. The South Downs have remains of bronze age encampments. The villages to the north were heavily involved in the Wealden iron industry . King Henry III marched through the area from Battle to Lewes to his defeat there in 1264 .
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Cuckmere Haven
The Cuckmere Haven is a beautiful area in East Sussex, it has the most iconic view of Sussex - the Seven Sisters, which can be seen by parking on the Seaford side of the valley beyond Seaford golf course and walking down to Cuckmere Haven. The area is fantastic for ramblers and dog walkers alike.
West Dean

Middle Farm Countryside Centre
The Countryside Centre is part of a 625 acre working farm, nestling at the foot of the South Downs . It offers a warm country welcome with something for the whole family to enjoy. There are plenty of farm animals to see, including pigs, goats, rabbits and an impressive display of poultry.
Firle  Wet & Dry

Seaford Museum
Seaford Museum is housed in Martello Tower no.74, which is situated at the eastern end of Seaford seafront. Nicknamed the Tardis by its visitors, there is a deceptive 5,000 square feet of display area which includes the roof with cannon, entrance floor with museum shop, the lower floor of the tower and the covered dry moat area.
Seaford  Wet & Dry

Sussex Farm Museum
The museum houses a collection of antique and vintage farm tools, implements, barn and field machinery, carts, waggons, trade and private horse-drawn vehicles and equipment associated with them. It tells of a Sussex countryside in an age when farming was labour intensive depending on ox, horse and oil for motive power. The collection numbers over 4000 items, of which more than 2000 are on display at any time.
Horam  Dry

The Cuckoo Trail
The Cuckoo Trail takes its name from the light railway, the Cuckoo Line , which was closed in the early 1960's. The line ran from Eridge to Polegate, through Heathfield , where by tradition, the first Cuckoo of spring was released at the annual Heffle fair.
Heathfield Horam Hellingly Hailsham Polegate  Wet & Dry


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