With the gradual easing of lock down restrictions in the coming weeks, we are planning ahead for Easter!
There are some great places to visit in West Sussex this Spring, many with large outdoor spaces and social distancing rules in place.
Staunton Country Park
With 3 family friendly nature trails and a 1,000 acres of landscaped parkland, a lake, follies and ancient woodland to explore. Staunton Country Park is the perfect place for an Easter stroll. Staunton Country Park is open to those living in the local area, including the tea rooms (takeaway only) and toilets. The shop, reception and exhibition area are closed. Normal parking charges apply.
Goffs Park is set in over 20 hectares of woodland, lawns and conservation habitats. It is the oldest park in Crawley and offers a relaxed environment for visitors.
South Downs National Park
Not only have the centuries of human habitation shaped the National Park but the landscape has and still does, dictate where people have chosen to live and work the land.
This is a landscape rich in folklore and legend that has inspired generations of writers, artists and storytellers who have flocked to witness the beauty of the rolling chalk downland and the wooded heaths of the National Park.
With over 3,300km of rights of way, the South Downs National Park offers a landscape as diverse as it is breath-taking.
This is truly a place with something for everyone, all easily accessible.
Also in Burgess Hill there will be a virtual Easter Bunny Hunt on Easter Saturday. With 22 bunnies hiding in shop windows and a prize to be won!