Brighton Beach and Pier – Brighton, England
Brighton is a seaside resort and the largest part of the City of Brighton and Hove situated in East Sussex, England.
Brighton’s location has made it a popular destination for tourists, renowned for its diverse communities, quirky shopping areas, large cultural, music and arts scene.
Brighton attracts over 8.5 million visitors annually and is the most popular seaside destination in the UK for overseas tourists.
Hatt Adventures one day kayaking course is designed to teach you all of the basic skills required by the flat water kayaker. They will make sure you gain all the relevant skills and theory needed to get started in this fantastic sport.
Prefer a guided trip? Travel fro 4 hours along the River Arun. Start from Stopham Bridge near Pulborough – discover a beautiful section of river through the South Downs!
Climb to the top of this 1000 year old Norman Castle – panoramic views guaranteed!
The adjoining Barbican House is home to the Museum of Sussex Archaeology with local collections from the Stone Age to medieval times. A mini-cinema tells the story of Lewes from prehistoric to Victorian times.
Tucked away in the West Sussex village of Poynings – the Royal Oak is one of my favourite pubs. It is recommended as one of the best places to dine out on a Sunday in the Brighton area & has been featured in the magazine "Absolute Sussex".
There are barbecues in the garden on Sundays in the summer with stunning South Downs views!
You can bottle feed springtime’s orphan lambs at 12.30 and 4.15 (Lambing Season: March 5th to May 2nd)
See all the different breeds. Experience their progress from birth to field – keep an eye on the lambing yards as you may see a lamb being born!
Nestled in the beautiful South Downs National Park and housed in a classic example of a 17th Century Sussex flint barn, the Sheep Centre gives you the opportunity to experience a traditional and authentic family run working farm.
Admission: Adults £6; Child £5
Address: Seven Sisters Sheep Centre, Gilberts Drive, East Dean,
East Sussex, BN20 0AA (Just outside Eastbourne)
More details at http://www.sheepcentre.co.uk
Photo & post by Jenny at http://www.steyningcottages.co.uk
I took this photo just a few miles from Steyning in West Sussex.
Wherever you walk on the South Downs you will see sheep!