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 - 14 October

All paths are walkable although some are a bit overgrown and there are a few muddy patches.

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.