River Cuckmere :: Shared Description

The River Cuckmere rises near Heathfield in East Sussex, on the southern slopes of the Weald. The name of the river probably comes from an Old English word meaning fast-flowing. After crossing the Low Weald area, the Cuckmere creates a gap through the South Downs ( LinkExternal link ). It reaches the English Channel at Cuckmere Haven ( LinkExternal link ) east of Seaford near the Seven Sisters ( LinkExternal link ). The lower part of its course is marked by meanders, which are a well-known feature of the area. The meanders have been bypassed by The New Cut, a straight canal. The Cuckmere Valley Nature Reserve is located here as is the Seven Sisters Country Park ( LinkExternal link ).
by N Chadwick
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TV5198 : Footpath along the New Cut by N Chadwick
TQ5100 : River Cuckmere: downstream by N Chadwick
TV5198 : Abandoned meander, River Cuckmere by N Chadwick
TV5199 : Cut off, River Cuckmere by N Chadwick
TV5199 : River Cuckmere by Paul Gillett
TQ5100 : Flood embankment along the River Cuckmere by N Chadwick
TV5198 : The Lower Cuckmere Valley by N Chadwick
TV5199 : Cuckmere meander by N Chadwick
TV5198 : Salt marsh by the River Cuckmere by N Chadwick
TV5199 : The Cuckmere Valley, Seven Sisters Country Park by N Chadwick
TV5198 : The Lower Cuckmere Valley by N Chadwick
TQ5201 : Reeds, River Cuckmere by N Chadwick
TV5199 : The New Cut by N Chadwick
TV5197 : Cuckmere Haven by N Chadwick
TV5198 : Lagoon in the Cuckmere Valley by N Chadwick
TV5199 : The Cut below Exceat Bridge by N Chadwick
TV5198 : Cuckmere River by Oast House Archive
TV5199 : Abandoned meander by N Chadwick
TQ5102 : The South Downs Way heading south along the River Cuckmere by N Chadwick
TV5199 : River Cuckmere by Oast House Archive
TV5199 : Bridge over the River Cuckmere by Oast House Archive
TV5198 : River Cuckmere by N Chadwick
TV5299 : Cuckmere River by Paul Gillett
TV5199 : River Cuckmere by N Chadwick
TV5198 : The Cuckmere Valley by N Chadwick

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Created: Thu, 22 Apr 2010, Updated: Mon, 14 Dec 2015

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