Sussex

Views sought on East Sussex countryside use

People are being asked how in a survey how they use famous Sussex countryside landmarks such as the Seven Sisters Country Park.

East Sussex County Council is asking people how they use countryside, footpaths, bridleways and byways across the county.

The local authority manages 10 countryside sites and 2,000 miles of routes that have public rights-of-way.

Results will be used to draw up future plans for managing the countryside.

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