The nature reserve at Seaford Head, Seven Sisters, Sussex, England.

The Seven Sisters are part of a magnificent stretch of coastline by the English Channel. between Seaford and Eastbourne, including Beachy Head beauty spot, in southern England, and are within the Seven Sisters Country Park.The area is designated and protected as a ‘Heritage Coast’ and is the finest example of unprotected chalk cliffs in Britain.They are the remnants of dry valleys in the chalk South Downs gradually being eroded by the sea.

The names of the cliffs from west to east are: Haven Brow, Short Brow, Rough Brow, Brass Point, Flagstaff Brow, Bailey’s Hill and Went Hill. The reason for why they were so named remains obscure.


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