Group of people standing in a big circle on a hill top marking out the ditch of the Neolithic causewayed enclosure at Combe Hill


Examine the mysteries of two Stone Age monuments from Butts Brow to Combe Hill. This walk, lead by Archaeologist Steve Patton, leaves from Butts Brow Car Park, takes a leisurely stroll around the site of the Beehive Plantation Neolithic Enclosure, then travels along the ridge to the north-west to Combe Hill to see the remains of the Neolithic Causewayed Enclosure there.

Bring water, suitable footwear and, if we’re lucky, suncream.

The walk will start at our site hut in Butts Brow car park. Free tickets but booking is essential

This walk is part of the Big Dig project with Changing Chalk: connecting nature, people and heritage. Changing Chalk is a partnership of organisations supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund working together for the future of the South Downs. Through this project, we are reversing the decline of the fragile chalk grassland, and connecting local communities to the nationally significant landscape on their doorstep. Led by the National Trust, the partnership connects nature, people and heritage. It is restoring lost landscapes and habitats, bringing history to life and offering new experiences in the outdoors.

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Archaeology Guided Walk from Butts Brow to Combe Hill.

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Butts Brow, Butts Lane, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 4UG

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