Sussex Wildlife Trust is working hard for nature at this challenging time but we can only do so with your support.

Eastbourne/Seaford - Seven Sisters Wildlife Watch (10/8, 14/9, 12/10, 9/11 & 14/12/2019) Saturday, 10th August 2019 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

2nd Saturday of the month - 10 Aug, 14 Sept, 12 Oct, 9 Nov & 14 Dec 2019 (5 sessions) – with Paula

10am to 12 noon

Wildlife Watch is for 5-11 year olds with accompanying adults

Bring your children along to help them explore the natural world. This will involve getting to know the forest school site, woodland and bushcraft activities!

Wildlife Watch clubs are based on Forest School principles, providing a wonderful opportunity for children aged 5-11 to experience and learn from nature. They will be encouraged to tackle hands-on outdoor activities, work co-operatively with others, and have an opportunity to gain a sense of achievement while developing social skills and boosting confidence. Sessions are themed around the changing seasons and discovering how to help local wildlife thrive.

Pump Barn behind the Visitor Centre at Seven Sisters Country Park Exceat, Nr Seaford, BN25 4AD


The activities are tailored to children over 5 years old, so are not suitable for younger siblings. We would recommend our Nature Tots groups for 3-5 year olds instead.

All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and walking boots/wellingtons. Drink, snack and mud provided.

Limited wheelchair access to woodland.

Toilets at Visitor Centre.

Sorry no dogs.

Regular bus service between Eastbourne and Brighton 12, 12A and 13. Train station at Seaford. 

This is what one of the mum's had to say...

‘It’s a fantastic learning experience for kids, my daughter loves making the fire, learning about nature and the forest, being outside and observing the changing seasons – and especially the hot chocolate!!!’  Kasia 

(c) Paula Da Luz - Cooking Pastry

Eastbourne/Seaford - Seven Sisters Wildlife Watch (10/8, 14/9, 12/10, 9/11 & 14/12/2019)