Cissbury Ring

Aerial view of Cissbury Ring on the South Downs
Cissbury Ring

Things to see and do

New Forest Ponies conservation grazing on CissburyRing

Things to see and do at 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

Half term pizza making at Saddlescombe Farm

Fri 21 Feb 2020
10:00-13:00
Join us to experience making pizzas in a traditional clay oven. Bake directly on the oven floor without using a thermometer!

Wildlife photography for beginners

Sat 14 Mar 2020
10:30-15:30
Gain the confidence to take your camera off 'auto' and learn how to take amazing wildlife photos.

Mothers Day baking at Saddlescombe Farm

Sun 22 Mar 2020
10:00-13:00
Join us to bake the traditional way in our Clay oven without a thermometer in sight!

Cadbury Easter Egg hunt at Devil's Dyke

Fri 10 Apr 2020
11:00-15:00
Fun for all the family. Come along to Devil's Dyke anytime between 11am and 3pm to collect your quiz sheet and map. Find the plastic eggs around the Dyke to solve the clues. All participants receive a Cadbury chocolate.

Easter Egg Rolling Competition

Mon 13 Apr 2020
10:45-12:00
Bring your own hand decorated hard boiled egg and try your luck at this Easter custom - the egg that gets furthest down the Dyke valley wins. We will also judge the Best Decorated Egg.

The Big Walk - Celebrating 125 years of the National Trust

Sun 24 May 2020
10:00-14:00
Join the big walk from Preston Park, Brighton to Devil’s Dyke. Rangers will bring the landscape alive through poetry, storytelling and wildlife encounters.
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.

 Panoramic view at sunset in August from Devil's Dyke, South Downs, West Sussex

South Downs sites we look after  

Discover the incredible diversity of countryside sites across the South Downs, from chalk grassland to river valleys, beech hangars and chalk cliffs.