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Best Approach to Seven Sisters Country Park

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Being unfamiliar with the roads, what would be a good approach to get to the Seven Sisters Country Park in Seaford--either from

Petworth House--through the park?

from Sheffield Park and Gardens??

or from Battle??

How long would it take from each of those? The maps say one thing but I understand you have to double or triple what they say to be realistic along the country roads so please help to determine the best way to get there.

Once there is there a good vantage point for viewing without having to walk a far distance?

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