Events and how to find us

161223 Storytelling
Tales of Tall Trees storytelling and music event – December 2016

Forthcoming events:

  • New Year’s Day 2018 – a special event for all the family where we will have mulled wine and snacks, plant some trees, unveil our first notice board and have a walk.
  • January 2018 onwards – regular volunteer days, including a range of woodland management tasks.

Check our Facebook page for updates or click here to contact us.

How to find us

From Lewes and Brighton

Head through Laughton village on the road from Ringmer and Lewes, the B2124. Go past the Post Office and then left at the first crossroads into Park Lane. Carry on for approximately a mile past the small industrial estate on right and a wooden house on the left. You’ll see a parking area, some concrete blocks and single lane track off on the right. This is Vert Lane. Follow the signs to the designated parking place.

From Polegate and Eastbourne

Follow the A22 to Uckfield. Just after Golden Cross there is a turn to the left – the B2124 to Laughton and Lewes. Around 1.5 miles along here you’ll see a right turn into Park Lane (marked for East Hoathly). Carry on for approximately a mile past the small industrial estate on right and wooden house on left. You’ll see a parking area, some concrete blocks and single lane track off on the right. This is Vert Lane. Follow the signs to the designated parking place.

From Uckfield and Forest Row

Head south on the A22 to Eastbourne. After the Halland roundabout keep going and you will see two turn-offs on the left marked to East Hoathly. Keep going for another mile or so until there is a turn to the right – the B2124 to Laughton and Lewes. Around 1.5 miles along here you’ll see a right turn into Park Lane (marked for East Hoathly). Carry on for 1.5 miles and go past the small industrial estate on right and wooden house on left. You’ll see a parking area, some concrete blocks and single lane track off on the right. This is Vert Lane. Follow the signs to the designated parking place.
Grp walking LowRes
Photograph by Sue Redshaw

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