I went there this morning with a local walking group. Here we are emerging onto the heath.
Apart from the pleasant countryside, the reason I went is that we were guided by the ranger who pointed out all the details.
I would never have known for example that this is a rare valuable piece of heath, since heaths don't normally have grassland.
This is more usual - lots of heather.
And this is one of the main habitats of the rare silver studded blue.
Then we retired to the Flying Bull, which you may remember we passed a year ago on the Sussex Border Path.
In fact the border passes (rather conveniently) right through the bar.