Beachy Head

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French beau chef (beautiful headland), recorded as Beauchef in 1279, later anglicised as Beachy Head.

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Beachy Head

  1. A high, prominent headland and cliff in Eastbourne borough, East Sussex, England (OS grid ref TV5895).

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