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Outdoors

Number of results: 37

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  1. Address

    Sussex House, Crowhurst Road, Hollingbury, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 8AF

    Telephone

    01273 007799

    Hollingbury, Brighton

    Described as a similar type of experience to the Crystal Maze, beat the clock and complete as many skill, mental and mystery games in your team before the time runs out. All of this takes part in 14 elaborate and exotic sets.

  2. Address

    Charleston House, Charleston, Firle, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 6LL

    Telephone

    01323 811626

    Firle, Lewes

    We offer a haven for curious minds to immerse themselves in new ideas and provide an open door to explore personal freedoms and engage in Charleston’s multi-faceted heritage.

  3. Address

    Southdown Road, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 4JS

    Telephone

    01323 890139

    Seaford

    With some of the most breathtaking views in Sussex, this golf course is an undulating downland/links style course on the cliffs of Seaford. Designed and constructed in 1887, this golfing links is steeped in recent and acient history. Benefitting…

  4. Address

    The Broyle, Ringmer, East Sussex, BN8 5AJ

    Telephone

    01825 840252

    Ringmer

    Raystede provide sanctuary to hundreds of other animals like terrapins, exotic birds, alpacas and their equine herd, so they can live out their lives in safety and contentment. Many of them were abused or came from unfortunate circumstances prior to…

  5. Address

    Seaford Head, Seaford, East Sussex

    Seaford

    Just a short walk from the car park at South Hill Barn takes you to a breathtaking line of chalk cliffs. Undoubtedly one of the best places to enjoy spectacular views of the Seven Sisters and Cuckmere Valley.

  6. Address

    Dumbrells Court Road, Ditchling, HASSOCKS, West Sussex, BN6 8GT

    Telephone

    01273 845189

    HASSOCKS

    The Mac’s Farm is a fourth generation organic egg farming family who really love what they do! The farm is located in the beautiful village of Ditchling in East Sussex.

  7. Address

    Middle Farm, West Firle, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 6LJ

    Telephone

    01323 811411

    Lewes

    Nestling at the foot of Firle Beacon on the South Downs in Sussex, Middle Farm is a 625 acre working family farm. We offer a warm countryside welcome, with something for every member of the family to enjoy.

  8. Address

    Cuckmere Valley, Seaford, East Sussex, BN26 5TT

    Telephone

    01323 897426

    Seaford

    With fantastic views of the Seven Sisters, Cuckmere Valley is a haven for wildlife, from over-wintering wildfowl to colourful wild flowers. Cradle Valley is a wonderful example of this species-rich chalk grassland, attracting rare and colourful…

  9. Address

    East Street, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 1PX

    Telephone

    01323 894870

    Seaford

    Known locally as The Crouch, this is a peaceful walled garden and open space located in the heart of town on the site of a former medieval market. The park is home to the Crouch Bowls Club and Seaford Town Football Club. There is a Peace Garden…

  10. Address

    Marine Parade, SEAFORD, East Sussex, BN25 2QR

    SEAFORD

    Tidemills lies between Newhaven and The Buckle at Seaford. It is one of the last areas of accesible undeveloped coast for many miles. 

  11. Address

    Southover Road, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1TP

    Telephone

    01273 471600

    Lewes

    Grange gardens were once the private garden of the grange built in 1542 by William Newton and briefly the home of John Evelyn the diarist. The gardens are a little piece of heaven on earth right in the centre of Lewes town, a lovely peaceful thing…

  12. Address

    Meridian Way, Peacehaven, East Sussex, BN10 8JQ

    Telephone

    01273 580029

    Peacehaven

    This is a great place for kids of all ages to let off steam. Wall to wall trampolines for the kids and a cafe for the adults. Hourly sessions can be booked in advance. Perfect for those rainy days.

  13. Address

    Cuckmere Haven, SEAFORD, East Sussex, BN25 4AR

    SEAFORD

    Rock Pooling at Hope Gap perfect on a sunny day when the tide is going out.

  14. Address

    Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 4QA

    Telephone

    01323 415415

    Eastbourne

    This trial is designed to link the three Sussex seaside towns of Eastbourne, Bexhill and Hastings.

  15. Address

    Folders Lane East, Ditchling, East Sussex, BN6 8SQ

    Ditchling

    Ditchling Common Country Park covers 76 hectares (188 acres). The site is used for activities including walking, fishing, picnicking, education and dog walking.

  16. Address

    Newhaven, East Sussex

    Newhaven

    During the First World War, Newhaven became one of the major supply ports to the Western Front. The number of soldiers at the Fort increased to over 4,000, the Boys’ School (now the Hillcrest Centre) was converted into a Military Hospital and a…

  17. Address

    Brook Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2BA

    Telephone

    01273 472334

    Lewes

    The Pells Pool is the oldest documented freshwater outdoor public swimming pool in the United Kingdom, set in the beautiful town of Lewes in East Sussex.

  18. Address

    Richmond Road, SEAFORD, East Sussex, BN25 1DR

    SEAFORD

    The perfect spot for families visiting Seaford Beach.

  19. Address

    Avis Road, Newhaven, East Sussex, BN9 0DH

    Telephone

    01273 512123

    Newhaven

    Planet Earth at Paradise Park is the perfect day out for all ages. Discover the fascinating world of animals and plants as well as the local history and Maritime Museum.

  20. Address

    Mckinley Way, NEWHAVEN, East Sussex, BN9 0FA

    NEWHAVEN

    The Ouse Estuary Nature Reserve was formed thousands of years ago by the meandering river Ouse between the chalk downs of Newhaven and Seaford.

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