Hunt amongst the rockpools at Beachy Head at low tide and see what you can discover. The National Trust Rangers will be on hand to guide you in your search. The Rockpool Ramble takes approximately 2 hours covering a distance of ½ mile.
The walks are led by Lee Wather of the National Trust, meeting at the Birling Gap Car Park. Booking is essential. For further information telephone 01323 423197 or e-mail email@example.com
All equipment is provided but you can bring your own buckets and nets. Children must be supervised by an adult. There are disabled toilets at the start but no wheelchair access to the beach.
The summer months also provide a chance to see the breathtaking scenery of the South Downs National Park in a different light. There will be a full moon on 13th June, 12 July, 10th August, and 9 September so visibility on those nights will be excellent.
Scarcely another soul to be seen, fresh sea air and the sound of the waves – a walk in the moonlight is a great opportunity to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
The Tiger Inn in East Dean is perfectly located for supper before setting off on a romantic moonlit walk on the Downs. The pub serves delicious traditional British food and a range of drinks including award-winning beer from the Beachy Head Brewery.