Walking the underwater line

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A walk from Eastbourne Pier, marking the contours of the old shoreline of the Pevensey Levels as we go, to the archaeological dig at Pocock’s Field in King’s Drive. Sharing knowledge and memories of Eastbourne’s watery past and possible future, in the face of climate change and rising sea levels, with Andrew Durling and Guy Shrubshole from Friends of the Earth, local historian Rod Barker and  Archeologist Giles Dawkes

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‘Underwateredge’ A film of the walk


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