These have been voted Britain's 30 most stunning views - but what about Sussex?
The White Cliffs of Dover, Loch Ness, Lake Windermere and York Minster have emerged among a list of Britain's 30 most stunning views.
The survey, carried out by London North Eastern Railway (LNER) asked the public to vote on the most picturesque views in the UK. However, we notice no East or West Sussex views have made this top list, despite the fact a spot in Worthing has been named among the 25 top places in the world to watch the sunset.
According to the research, two thirds of Britons have desperately missed being able to visit UK beauty spots during the past year, with 58 percent of those questioned hoping to visit their favourite UK destinations as soon as restrictions are lifted, and it is safe to do so. The study also discovered we are a proud nation, as nearly half (47 percent) insisted we are blessed with some of the most beautiful views in the world, and a further 44 percent admitting they are grateful to live somewhere that has such stunning scenery.
BRITAIN’S MOST STUNNING VIEWS
1. Loch Ness - Scotland 2. Lake Windermere – Lake District 3. The London Eye 4. The Tower of London 5. St Ives Bay, Cornwall 6. Ingleton, The Yorkshire Dales 7. Snowdonia, Wales 8. Man O’War beach, The Jurassic Coast 9. The White Cliffs of Dover 10. Stonehenge, Salisbury 11. Ben Nevis, Lochaber - Scotland 12. Cheddar Gorge, Somerset 13. York Minster, York 14. Loch Lomond, The Trossachs National Park - Scotland 15. Pen y Fan, Brecon Beacons, Wales 16. The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland 17. Durdle Door, Dorset 18. Westminster Bridge, London 19. Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh 20. St Michael’s Mount, Cornwall 21. Peak District view from Stanage Edge - Derbyshire 22. Buttermere, the Lake District 23. Robin Hoods Bay, the Dinosaur Coast - Yorkshire 24. Hadrian’s Wall, Northumberland 25. Richmond Park, London 26. The Angel of the North, Gateshead 27. The Three Sisters, Glencoe Valley - Scotland 28. Freshwater Bay, the Isle of Wight 29. Eden Valley - Cumbria 30. Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland
We know that Sussex is blessed with incredible scenery and with this in mind we would like you - our newspaper readers - to share your pictures of stunning views taken around Sussex so we can create our 'Top 30 Best views of Sussex' list. Send your emails to [email protected] before midnight on Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Please include your name and where the picture was taken.