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Peace Camp is a work of art which demands a lot of its viewers.
) – 20 mins walk Firle Place Tea Rooms – 25 mins walk Middle Farm Cafe – 30 mins walk Little Cottage Tea rooms – Glynde 3 miles More than you would care to mention in Alfriston – 3 miles Everyone has their favourites, but the key point is to check tide time before leaving. Our nearest beaches are from around 20 mins drive, so an afternoon by the seaside is a real possibility.
Three favourites are; Tide Mills, between Newhaven and Seaford; Cuckmere Haven Birling Gap.
The Bull (Ditchling) maybe the people’s favorite, but The Royal Oak runs it a close second.
The Jack & Jill is a mile in the other direction – a good excuse for a walk?
There are no fixed paths to follow, but as you wander freely through the encampment, you will hear – as if it was hanging in the air – a soundscape of love poetry embedded in a tapestry of words, signals and noises which will play in counterpoint to the ambient roars and whispers of the wind and waves.
On the eve of the Olympics, the tents offer from the sea a beacon of welcome to our shores.
Over the cliffs, promontories, fields, dunes and beaches at each of these sites, hundreds of small sealed translucent tents (about five-feet high and 10 feet in circumference) will glow between the hours of twilight and dawn with a steadily radiant light, modulating from white to pink to saffron to orange.
In fact, it is a veritable feast of walks….a banquet of walks may be a better description!
Top tip; If you have yound children & want to avoid the slog up the hill, there is a car park at Firle Beacon (BN8 6LR), but a quieter place (and walk) is from the car park (BN26 6UJ) at the top of Bo Peep Lane.
You can also walk to Middle Farm, which houses a fantastic Farm Shop and as it happens, the National Collection of Cider (200 varieties).
Cafe society is also well represented by not just one, but three Tea Rooms close by.