About Combe Valley
Combe Valley Countryside Park covers approximately 2.3 square miles an area of (1480 acres).
About half the land is privately owned and farmed and the remainder is managed by Hastings Borough Council. The area has two SSSI’s (Sites of Special Scientific Interest) and treasures a huge amount of wildlife. The central valley floods in winter encouraging waterfowl like ducks, geese, herons, egrets. It has also got an established colony of cormorants.
There is fine countryside to enjoy including Filsham Reedbeds, the disused railway and Bulverhythe beach. If you visit the park area, please stay on designated public footpaths and bridleways.
More information can be found on the Combe Valley Countryside Park website.
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