The latest Explore Wealden Attractions Guide is available in a handy sized fold up leaflet, ideal for pockets and handbags. View or download the latest guide on the Explore Wealden website, alternatively you can request a copy by contacting Tourism@wealden.gov.uk
For those of you who enjoy camping and caravanning, we have a handy guide to the sites which are available in Sussex and which includes locations where you can enjoy glamping in a yurt or tipi! Please see our Camping and Caravan webpage for more details.
History of Wealden
Wealden District lies within the Weald and includes two landscape areas – the High Weald and the Low Weald. Weald is derived from Old English and means forest. In the Anglo Saxon period, the area had the name Andredes Weald, meaning the forest of Andred, the latter derived from Anderida which is the Roman name of present day Pevensey.
Located in the South of England, Wealden stretches 35 miles from north to south and includes the iconic Seven Sisters coastline, the South Downs National Park and the High Weald area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Attractive villages offer you a warm welcome where you will see flint, timber and thatched buildings which reflect the heritage of the local area.
In addition, you will find a wide choice of accommodation from country houses to unique B&Bs and country pubs. Whether it is sailing, rock climbing, golfing, visiting historic houses and gardens, walking, cycling, bird watching, beachcombing or just enjoying a ploughmans lunch or cream tea, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Events throughout the year
Please check the Explore Wealden website and the local press for special events or contact the Community & Regeneration Team.