Rocks Nature Chalk Cliffs; England; East Sussex; South Downs; Seven Sisters; Heritage Coastline; Cliffs; Haven Brow; Short Brow; Rough Brow; Brass Point; Area of Outstanding National Beauty (AONB; 2004 (April)
River Cuckmere, East Sussex, England, UK, South Coast, English Channel, South Downs, South Downs Way, Long distance footpath, View of Seaford Nature Reserve, View from South Downs, White Cliffs, Chalk, Coastline, Seashore, Grasses, Clifftop, Coastgaurd Cottages, Blue sea, Chalk soils, Seven Sisters Country Park,
Brass point is situated at the western end of the world famous Seven Sisters chalk cliffs in East Sussex. These impressive cliffs stretch to over 150 metres at their highest point. This is a disappearing wonder, every single year the Seven Sisters is being eroded by 30-40cm.
Sussex, chalk cliffs, Britain, England, Sea, shore, pebbles, beach, Lighthouse, holiday, erosion, Beachy Head
Walkers enjoying the extensive views back across the Seven Sisters in Sussex on the South Coast of England. In the background can be seen the lighthouse on top of the cliffs warning sailors away from this unfrgiving coastline
Walkers crest the top of one of the Seven Sisters cliffs along the south coast of England near Eastbourne and Beachy Head. In the background can be seen the lighthouse on top of the cliffs warning sailors away from the unforgiving coast.