Beachy Head Cliff south off London. Image credit: Herry Lawford

Beachy Head suicide spot

Beachy Head Cliff and the Seven Sisters are famous for their bright white undulating chalk cliffs up to 150 meters high (500 feet). Seven Sisters Country Park is situated in the South Downs region between the towns of Seaford and Eastbourne in southern England. The South Downs Way runs along the edge of the cliffs, taking a very undulating course. The chalk cliffs on the Sussex Heritage Coast are one of Britain’s finest unspoilt coastlines. The cliff peaks and the dips between them are individually named.

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Beachy Head suicide spot

There i about 20 deaths a year at Beachy Head Cliff. Worldwide, the landmark’s suicide rate is surpassed only by the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco and the Aokigahara Woods in Japan. Thus, Beachy Head Cliff is known as Beachy Head suicide spot.

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Pictures of the Seven Sisters

The seven sisters
The Seven Sisters in Sussex and azure blue water. Image credit: jeroenf
Sussex seven sisters
The view from Brass Point towards Flagstaff Brow, with the Belle Tout lighthouse in the background. Image credit: diamond geezer
Beachy Head lighthouse
View of the chalk cliffs and Beachy Head lighthouse. Image credit: Alex J White
South Downs National Park
Beautiful light on the Seven Sisters located in South Downs National Park in southern UK. Image credit: Deb Collins
Eastbourne Beachy Head
The Seven Sisters are also very beautiful from the sea side, here at Eastbourne Beachy Head. Image credit: Martin Stitchener
Cliffs Beachy Head
Azure blue water at Beachy Head lighthouse. Image credit: Mikel Ortega
East Sussex
Rocky chalk shore at Beachy Head, Sussex. Image credit: howzey
Walking Beachy Head Sussex
The Seven Sisters is a popular destination for coastal walks. Image credit: Chris Zielecki

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