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Seaford Clifs

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Seaford, East, Sussex, UK, clifs, channel, england

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A: Seaford Head

by Geoff Mather, 200 meters away

These chalk cliffs form the start of the Seven Sisters (a series of chalk cliffs) at Seaford and exte...

Seaford Head

B: Seaford Beach

by Geoff Mather, 260 meters away

The shoreline from Seaford Head to the beach and beyond to Newhaven in the far distance.  This beach ...

Seaford Beach

C: Newhaven Fort

by Geoff Mather, 4.8 km away

Newhaven Fort with a view down to the Harbour arms

Newhaven Fort

D: View from the top 1

by zbyszek8331, 5.0 km away

View from the top 1

E: Alfriston Clergy House - River Bank

by Geoff Mather, 5.8 km away

The Alfriston Clergy House was the first property owned by the National Trust and was bought for £10 ...

Alfriston Clergy House - River Bank

F: Alfriston Clergy House - Orchard Garden

by Geoff Mather, 5.8 km away

The Orchard garden belonging to the house.

Alfriston Clergy House - Orchard Garden

G: Alfriston Church

by Geoff Mather, 5.9 km away

The church sits directly beside the Clergy House but does not form part of the National Trust estate ...

Alfriston Church

H: View from the top 2

by zbyszek8331, 6.1 km away

View from the top 2

I: Under the Cliff

by zbyszek8331, 6.8 km away

The Seven Sisters are a series of chalk cliffs by the English Channel. They form part of the South Do...

Under the Cliff

J: Sea Beach Cliff

by Geoff Mather, 7.0 km away

The Chalk Cliffs of the East Sussex and Kent which face the English Channel take on a different persp...

Sea Beach Cliff

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