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The Tiger wins Rural Pub of the Year award

The Tiger has won the Rural Pub of the Year for South East Sussex; the first time the pub has won this award! Congratulations to everybody at the Tiger.

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Endurance Life 2017

Endurance Life comes back to Beachy Head on 18th March 2017, with nearly 800 runners taking part in 10K, Half-Marathon, Marathon and Ultra Marathon (33.7 miles) race distances.  The races start near Birling Gap on Saturday morning from 8am. The dramatic coastline around Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters offers runners undulating and at times gruelling terrain.  It also provides them with a chance to enjoy beautiful cliff-top scenery and far-reaching …

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“Beachy Head Woman”

David Olusoga as part of a BBC series of programmes recently filmed at Beachy Head, as he tells the story of “Beachy Head Woman” and her place in Black British History Emerging evidence shows that the African Romans raised families in Britain. The remains of an ancient, mysterious skeleton, found here and nicknamed Beachy Head Woman, are put under forensic and isotopic analysis in order to reconstruct her identity. This …

Jeremy Clarkson visits Beachy Head

Jeremy Clarkson visited Beachy Head in September to film an advertisement for Amazon. The film production company used various parts of the Estate for filming, including helicopter and drone take-off and landing pads. The team were seen at the end of the day enjoying some well earnt beer in the Tiger Inn at the end of a long day. You can see the advert here

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The Independent names The Tiger their “Cool Place of the Day”

The Independent recently named the Tiger their “Cool Place of the Day”, saying the Tiger Inn, whose setting, on East Dene’s picture-perfect village green of flint-walled cottages, is about as idyllic as you can get, especially on sunny days, when drinkers spill out on to the green. It’s a popular lunchtime stop-off for walkers tramping along the South Downs Way at any time of year, which passes the fabulous pebbles-and-rockpools beach at …

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Beachy Head viewed by Julia Bradbury on ITV

If you missed Julia Bradbury exploring Beachy Head and talking to Mark the Gardener on ITV, here is a link: http://www.itv.com/hub/best-walks-with-a-view-with-julia-bradbury/2a3365a0003

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A Mammoth Challenge for Walkers

The Tiger Inn is the starting place for a new timed circular walk over 26 miles of the South Downs. The route takes in the three Sussex peaks of Beachy Head, Long Man and Firle Beacon before returning to The Tiger via High and Over, Cuckmere Valley and Seven Sisters. If you want to have a go, whether to get fit, raise money for charity or just test yourself against …

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Sussex 10K Half-Marathon and more

Endurance Life comes to the Beachy Head area this year on 19 March 2016. The race starts and finishes at Birling Gap. Places are filling up fast across all of the 10K, Half-Marathon, Marathon and Ultra distance challenges. The dramatic coastline around Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters offers runners undulating and at times gruelling terrain. It also provides them with a chance to enjoy beautiful cliff-top scenery and far-reaching …

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Best Walks for Winter

Lunch or supper at The Tiger Inn and a walk along the Seven Sisters was recommended by Richard Madden in the Daily Telegraph on Saturday 15th January. Richard wrote A classic winter’s walk from a pub right out of central casting 5. Seven Sisters & Birling Gap, Sussex (5½ Miles) A classic winter’s walk from a pub right out of central casting – 15th century origins, oak beams, hearty food, …

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Best Walks with a View

Beachy Head is often in the newspapers for its romantic walks and stunning scenery, so it was good to welcome Julia Bradbury and her Television production team to the Tiger Inn, the Holiday cottages and our walled garden for her forthcoming television series on ITV. You can see the trailer here, https://vimeo.com/148865767, which includes a glimpse of Julia getting some gardening tips from Mark the Gardener.

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