Joe Crowley goes on a journey through East Sussex. He begins his travels with the South Downs Rangers, first on Cuckmere Haven beach, where they are surveying rock pools, and then among the trees in Folkington. Here, volunteers are working hard to fight the deadly Dutch Elm Disease.
Joe's next stop is the tiny village of Firle, the one-time home of Virginia Woolf's sister, Vanessa Bell. Her beautiful house became a meeting place for the bohemian talents of the Bloomsbury Set.
Joe finishes his journey beneath the streets of Brighton, exploring the magnificent Victorian sewers.