Cissbury Ring

Aerial view of Cissbury Ring on the South Downs

Important notice -

Important notice - Please remember that fires and BBQs are not permitted and cause a serious fire risk during this hot & dry weather. Thank you

The most historic hill on the South Downs

Cissbury Ring

Things to see and do

Western edge of the flint mines at Cissbury Ring

Cissbury Ring 

Get out into the fresh air and enjoy the wide-open spaces of the South Downs. See evidence of Cissbury Ring's ancient history and learn about our conservation work.

Our nearby places

Upcoming events

Saddlescombe Farm Tudor soap making & picnic in orchard

Fri 17 Aug 2018
10:30-13:30
Make soap in our Tudor farmhouse and bring a tasty picnic to eat in the orchard.

Saddlescombe Farm Heritage Open Day

Sun 09 Sep 2018
10:30-15:30
Discover this ancient downland farm that was once owned by the Knights Templar.

Pottery on the Downs

Sat 29 Sep 2018
10:00-16:00
Create your own ceramic masterpiece.

The Devil's Dyke fungi hunt - part 1

Fri 19 Oct 2018
09:30-15:00
Join mycologist, Martin Allinson and the National Trust for a day of recording as many species of fungi as possible, across glorious Newtimber Hill on the South Downs, near Brighton.

The Devil's Dyke fungi hunt - Part 2

Fri 26 Oct 2018
09:30-15:00
Join us for a day of recording as many species of fungi as possible, across wonderful Wolstonbury Hill, on the South Downs, near Brighton. Expert mycologist Martin Allinson will be on hand to identify and record finds.

Halloween pumpkin carving & scary mask making at Saddlescombe Farm

Sat 27 Oct 2018
10:00-12:00
Choose your own pumpkin and then transform it into your own scary creation then make your own Halloween animal mask!
Cissbury Ring

History

Cissbury Ring

Our work

Cissbury Ring

Get involved

A volunteer helping to clear scrub at a National Trust site

Volunteering at Cissbury Ring 

Get involved with our volunteer team on a regular basis and help us look after this special place.