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Breeze up to Devil's Dyke

Description: Take the 77 bus from Brighton Pier (Stop N) to Devil's Dyke to explore its dramatic and historic scenery. Devil's Dyke is the largest chalkland dry combe in Britain and is home to many plants and butterflies. From the summit there are views north over the Weald countryside and south to the sea. A range of leaflets about the area, and ideas for walks or activities, is available from the National Trust Welcome Trailer at Devil's Dyke or call 01273 857712. Why not walk the 7 miles along the South Downs Way from the Dyke to Ditchling Beacon, returning on the 79 bus (not Saturdays)? The 77 bus to Devil's Dyke runs hourly on winter Saturdays & Sundays, plus Boxing Day, New Year's Day, Good Friday and Easter Monday (every day in high summer). Visit our website for further information on all the Breeze bus services: www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/breezebuses
Date: Various dates between 02/10/2011 and 01/04/2012
Times: start time:09:30
end time:18:15
Cost: £2.50 single, £5.00 return or 'SuperSaver'
Contact: Public Transport, Brighton & Hove City Council 01273 292480
local.transport@brighton-hove.gov.uk
Venue: Devil's Dyke;South Downs

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