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Downland Artists

Join us for this guided walk and follow in the footsteps of some of the many artists who have depicted the Seven Sisters and the surrounding Downland.

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Along the way, we will look at paintings of the South Downs by Eric Ravilious and Eric Slater as well as works by less well-known artists, e.g. Frank Newbould, James Bateman and Philip Hughes. This circular walk returns via Crowlink Hamlet.

Times

Prices

Event ticket prices

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All £5.00

The basics

Booking details

Call 0344 249 1895

Suitability

Suitable for children aged 12+ accompanied by an adult.

Meeting point

Meet at the National Trust Crowlink Car Park, where our friendly guides will greet you. Please have your booking confirmation ready to show.

What to bring and wear

The weather can be extreme on the Seven Sisters so please wear appropriate footwear and clothing. Ensure you bring water and sunscreen. Dogs are welcome but must be on a lead.

Accessibility

The walk is over uneven terrain with steep inclines. There are grazing animals along the walk.

Other

The walk lasts approximately 2.5 hours and is suitable for the moderately fit.

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10:30 to 13:00
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10:30 to 13:00