view across downland at sunset with belle tout lighthouse just visible beneath the setting sun


Join us for a guided photography and archaeology walk on 14th February between 2pm and 4pm.

Uncover the stories of the landscape and explore key elements of photography, of perspective, composition & light with Rachel Kiley.

This photography walk is for all; whether you are a seasoned photographer, wanting to explore the Downland in a new way, or a complete beginner, hoping to improve your smartphone photography skills. All forms of camera are most welcome!

Living within the South Downs National Park, professional photographer, Rachel Kiley, loves immersing herself in this rich and wonderful landscape, which informs much of her own creative practice and work with others.

This event is part of The Big Dig Project. The Big Dig is run by Eastbourne Borough Council and is part of the Changing Chalk Partnership. The Big Dig aims to uncover the development of a downland settlement from a small farming community to a thriving conurbation through community test-pitting across the town of Eastbourne. Led by the National Trust, Changing Chalk is a multi-partner project connecting people, nature and heritage in the eastern South Downs. It is supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, thanks to National Lottery players. Together we are working towards creating a sustainable future - restoring lost habitats, bringing histories to life, and providing new experiences in the outdoors.

Suitable for all ages

Tickets are £2.50 and can be booked here:Photography and Archaeology walk for Families (

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Photography and Archaeology walk for Families

Type:Photography Event

The Beachy Head Story, The Beachy Head Story, Beachy Head Road, Beachy Head, BN20 7YA

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