The South Downs National Park meets the sea between Eastbourne & Seaford with a display of impressive chalk cliffs..
Beachy Head is the highest coastal chalk cliff in the UK rising 535ft (163m) above sea level.
The red and white lighthouse below Beachy Head took over in 1902 from the cliff top Belle Tout lighthouse
The newer lighthouse was missed by feet when part of the chalk cliffs crashed into the sea in 1999.
And in the same year, the Belle Tout building had to be moved back 17 metres (56ft) from the edge of the cliff and rebuilt, because of chalk falls.
My son James taking a look over the cliff edge
South downs national park