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Sheepcote Valley

Brighton

Type of walk

Flat

What's here

Free Parking, Off Lead Areas, On Lead Areas, Pathed Routes

About this walk

Nestled inside the horseshoe shape of Brighton Racecourse, Sheepcote Valley is a sudden area of green marking the edge of Brighton. Walk immediately south toward the sea parallel to the race track for good views of the coastal Brighton. You could continue past the golf course to Kemp Town and Brighton Marina. However, I wouldn't be tempted into the centre section of the area. It's quite scrubby and best appreciated from a distance. The area is fenced off, and is popular for off-lead walking. Don't let your dog onto the racecourse itself though. There could be horses.

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    jnicho02

    a year ago

    This walk is it in Sussex (East) not Suffolk.
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How to get there

Address

206 Warren Rd, Brighton BN2 6DD, UK

Location details

A small, free parking area off Warren Road just as you enter Woodingdean.

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