From The Neolithic To The Sea: A Journey From The Past To The Present
Hastings Country Park
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East Sussex
50° 52′ 19″ N, 0° 38′ 20″ E
TQ8564711428
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1974
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Hastings Country Park is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and nature reserve located to the east of Hastings, Sussex

The park was formed in 1974, covering 660 acres and consists of sandstone cliffs, with glens covered in gorse and trees and is a Special Area of Conservation.

The site has been used through out history including human use in prehistoric times. Archaeological finds date from the Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, Bronze age, Iron Age, Romano-British, Saxon, Mediaeval, Victorian to World War II. Part of the park, close to the town on East Hill, is an ancient settlement marked on the Ordinance Survey Map.