Useful Links

National Organisations

Local Organisations etc.

Some Useful Identification Guides

Reporting Problems

East Sussex are responsible for highways and public rights of way. Other problems (eg fly-tipping, waste bins, abandoned vehicles etc.) are generally handled by either Rother or Hastings, depending on whose area they are in. Fly-tipping and abandoned vehicles should also be reported to the police along with any other illegal activity carried out in the Park.

Footpaths - 12 March

Most paths are walkable now the water level has dropped. However, many are still very muddy and a few are only really walkable in wellies.

Report overgrown rights of way to East Sussex and other paths to the Friends of Combe Valley.

Latest News

Whooper Swan

This year our usual winter-visiting wildfowl have been joined by a Whooper Swan. This unusual visitor to the park was last recorded here 12 years ago.

New on this website

April 2022 - A new section, "Nature's Calendar", has been added giving details of what to look out for around the Countryside Park at different times of the year.