The Sussex Wildlife Trust is bringing over 30 years experience of providing environmental education to Seven Sisters Country Park. Within this unique landscape school children will never forget a visit here.
Seven Sisters Country Park is an incredible place to visit and a designated site of Special Scientific Interest within the South Downs National Park and Heritage Coast. In addition, the 700 acres of downland, coast and riverine estuary has been declared an Environmentally Sensitive Area.
The Country Park also backs onto the expansive Friston Forest, in all we have a wonderful range of habitats including, woodland (deciduous and evergreen), chalk grassland, river, saltmarsh, shingle coast and marine areas where an extensive range of geographical and environmental studies can be undertaken.
The Sussex Wildlife Trust, in partnership with the South Downs National Park and with kind permission of East Sussex County Council and the Forestry Commission, employs a team of leaders to run educational visits to Seven Sisters Country Park.
The entrance to the Park is on the A259 at Exceat between Newhaven and Eastbourne. We have exclusive coach parking available only with your booking in the Northern (forest side) of the A259 behind the Visitors Centre where we can significantly reduce road crossings. There are indoor facilities in our historic Education Barn and public toilets on site.
Children have an exhilarating and hands on day with our team and experience the wonders of our very special location
‘THE WHOLE DAY WAS A REAL PLEASURE! THE CHILDREN AND ADULTS SUPERVISING HAD A WONDERFUL TIME!’
‘THE DAY WAS WELL ORGANISED WITH A WIDE RANGE OF ACTIVITIES. THE CHILDREN CAME AWAY HAVING HAD A GREAT FUN DAY OUT AS WELL AS LEARNING A HUGE AMOUNT ABOUT THE SEASIDE’
‘THE CHILDREN REALLY ENJOYED THE OPPORTUNITY TO GET CLOSE TO NATURE AND LEARN MORE ABOUT THE RIVER FEATURES AND WILDLIFE’
‘A GREAT DAY HAD BY ALL AND THE STAFF WERE AMAZING!’
‘THE CHILDREN REALLY ENJOYED THEMSELVES, LIKED THE ACTIVITIES AND WERE STILL TALKING ABOUT THEM THE NEXT DAY!’— Quotes from our recent school visits