End of the path down to beach from Fairlight Glen

23-Jun-12 • Andrew Murphy on Flickr

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Fairlight Glen beach at high tide

23-Jun-12 • Andrew Murphy on Flickr

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Path down to Fairlight Glen's beach

23-Jun-12 • Andrew Murphy on Flickr

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Steps on path down to Fairlight Glen's beach

23-Jun-12 • Andrew Murphy on Flickr

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Map of Hastings County Park showing the numbered signposts

23-Jan-13 • Andrew Murphy on Flickr

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Hastings cliffs

They are not so popular as located just 20 miles away Seven Sisters and Beachy Head, but definitely worth seeing. Climbing 100m above the sea, sandy-coloured, covered with intense vegetation, call to mind pictures from tropical forests. Different flora, different geological structure, and less people:) More information:" rel="nofollow" rel="nofollow

31-Aug-15 • michaJlS on Flickr

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Sunny late afternoon in Hastings. Low water is revealing the bottom of the sea and uncovering little sea monsters making them vulnerable for being gathered by people;) Just 1.5hrs from Charing Cross and 2hrs from London Victoria by train." rel="nofollow

31-Aug-15 • michaJlS on Flickr

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Hastings Circular via Fairlight Glen Beach and Fireheights walk

Hilly cliff top path via remote Fairlight Glen naturist beach to Fireheights. Return by the same path, a gentler inland route, or along the seashore

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Hastings

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A few thundery showers drifting north, becoming dry for most.

This Evening and Tonight:

Localised thunderstorms, likely affecting across northern counties, should gradually weaken during the night, whilst remaining dry and relatively clear in the south. Feeling very warm and muggy in light winds. Low cloud, mist and murk may also develop by dawn. Minimum Temperature 14C.


Feeling very warm or hot with light winds and developing sunny spells through the day, this heat perhaps enough to trigger isolated thunderstorms later in the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 28C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Warm and humid conditions will persist through midweek, with a continuing risk of heavy showers and thunderstorms, but also some drier, sunnier periods. Winds should be mainly light throughout.

Day 6 to 15

By the end of the week and during the weekend, there will be a good deal of dry and fine weather around, with sunny spells. However, there is likely to be some mist and low cloud affecting some eastern coastal districts, although with some sunny spells. However, thundery showers continuing on Friday, before dying out on Saturday from the north. Into next week, there will probably be a good deal of dry weather around, with sunny spells. The driest and sunniest conditions likely to be in the north, with the south perhaps cloudier with risk of thundery showers, especially at first, but probably becoming drier and brighter later. After a warm start, temperatures probably falling, but still likely to be above average.

Day 16 to 30

Through this whole period signals are mixed and weak, which generally gives low or very low confidence at this stage. On balance, probably more generally changeable than of late, with spells of rain or showers becoming more frequent and widespread at times, especially during the first half of the period. However, all parts of the country are likely to see some settled spells of weather, particularly in the second half of June. Temperatures probably overall near or slightly above normal. However, there is the potential for further very warm spells of weather to develop across the UK, which are more likely to occur later in the month.

Met Office : SE : 2018-05-27T14:14:02