A mixture of wetland and woodland habitats.
A large coastal reserve with vegetated shingle, saltmarsh and reedbed
Panoramic views of the Weald from this Iron Age hillfort site of chalk grassland and scrub
Varied ancient wood pasture with ponds, streams, meadows and reclaimed arable land under conversion back to woodland
A majestic sandstone rock outcrop among mixed woodland
Iping and Stedham Commons
Iping and Stedham Commons represent some of the best that this scarce heathland habitat can offer. As rich in atmosphere as it is in wildlife.
Superb chalk grassland and scrub with many typical and rare flowers and butterflies, all within easy walking distance of Lewes town centre
A very rich wooded valley above a gill stream with meadows, ponds and scrub
A large wild area of ancient woodland in the Low Weald.
Open vistas of heather, with areas of pine woodland, set in the Ashdown Forest
Seaford Head is the best spot to enjoy the iconic view of the majestic Seven Sisters cliffs.
Picturesque rolling downland with chalk grassland flowers and butterflies, set in a working livestock farm as part of the wider Malling Downs area.