encompassing Isfield, Rose Hill and Buckham Hill
Coronavirus - Guidance on access to green spaces
Do not travel to different parts of the UK if the rules in that country do not allow you to.
In England, you can:
drive to outdoor open spaces, including beaches and beauty spots in a private vehicle, alone or with members of your own household or support bubble
visit gardens, nature reserves and parkland - access may be limited to members or those with tickets so you should check ahead
swim in lakes or the sea where it's safe to do so - you cannot use public indoor and outdoor swimming pools
take part in water sports on open waterways, including sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, rowing, kayaking, surfing and paddleboarding
use privately-owned motorised craft (in line with the guidance issued by the relevant navigation authority)
use towpaths for walking, running and cycling, being mindful of other users and people living in boats
visit outdoor animal attractions
You must follow social distancing guidelines when spending time outdoors. You should avoid public transport other than for essential journeys. Buildings and amenities will remain closed.
You can travel any distance to get to the countryside, but you cannot stay overnight. Campsites and caravan parks are closed so you cannot visit them. You cannot stay in a holiday home or second home.
To stay safe, you should:
take hygiene precautions when you are outside
wash your hands as soon as you are back indoors
keep at least 2 metres apart from anyone outside your household or support bubble
take hand sanitiser with you in case there are no handwashing facilities