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Brighton and Hove Ramblers is a local walking and social group and is part of the national Ramblers. We offer a range of walks each week. Some walks have age guides (30s-50s) but anyone with the appropriate level of fitness is welcome on any walk.

Details of our walks are in our Public Walks Programme. If you're thinking about joining us, please see our About Us section.

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We usually meet centrally in Brighton, for the 30s-50s walks on Sundays and Wednesday evenings usually at the south end of Preston Park, near to the Rose Garden (click here for map) and for the walks on Thursdays and Saturdays usually at the east side of Preston Park Station (click here for map) and share cars from there to the starting point of the walk. If you have a car we ask you to bring it. If you don't have your own transport then there may be space offered by other car owning members of the group. This is on a first come first served basis and a lift cannot be guaranteed. (For the 30s-50s walks it would be helpful if you could also please visit our Meetup website and post a comment on the relevant walk if you are able to offer or would like a lift, including offers to car share from other locations).  Travel expenses are divided equally between the driver and the passengers, with the rate currently being 30p per mile. Many of our Sunday walks and occasionally some of the other walks are accessible by bus or train from Brighton and do not require the use of cars. All walks with a public transport option can be found by going to our walks programme and checking the 'no car needed' box under the 'suitability' tab. Click on the title of the walk for precise information regarding the meeting and starting points.

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Announcement by Tracy Evans

South Coast Mighty Hike 7 July

A couple of people have asked me to share this - 5 BAHR ramblers are doing the South Coast Mighty Hike on 7 July to support Macmillan. We'll be hardy ramblers at the start and a bit useless at the end as it is 26 miles from Brighton Racecourse to Eastbourne, with the Seven Sisters kicking in at about 18 miles! One thing's for sure; we'll start as a team and finish as a team. If you would like to sponsor any of us, please click on the individual page for team mates who have further to go to…See More
Monday
Tony Mercer commented on Carole Claridge's announcement 'Beautiful Saturday walk 19 May. West Sussex Literary Trail and South Downs Way'
"Great walk Carole. Thank you. Rgds Tony "
May 19
An announcement by Stuart Ellis was featured

GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR) - PLEASE READ

GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR)BRIGHTON & HOVE RAMBLERS WEBSITEPRIVACY POLICYDear Brighton & Hove Ramblers Website Member,You may have heard about the new General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"), that comes into effect May 25, 2018. To help the Brighton & Hove Ramblers Website comply with GDPR Privacy requirements please review your privacy settings by logging onto the website and going to 'Settings' (top left of the page). On the My Settings page review your…See More
May 12
Announcement by Carole Claridge

Beautiful Saturday walk 19 May. West Sussex Literary Trail and South Downs Way

Pre-walked this last week. Fab walk. Stunning and varied scenery. The Sportsman Pub is open again in Amberley so that's where we will lunch. Not much mud but boots are essential as there is a short marshy stretch.   I will be going straight to the start but hopefully some of you will head to Preston Park first to pick up those without transport. We meet at 10.30 at Kithurst Hill car park which is on your left as you travel from Storrington towards Amberley. Not well signposted and easy to miss.…See More
May 12
Announcement by Joy Constantin

DATE CHANGE !!! Angmering Circular Walk

The Angmering Circular will now take place next Thursday 17th May and NOT the 24th as listed in the programme.Meet at 10.30 The Dover Car park nearest postcode BN18  9PX  TQ060063Go as far as you can to the end of the lane and you will find the car parkExploring Northern reaches of Angmering plantations , woodland, fields ,pondsLeaders going to the start Please note after the Amgmering turnoff on the A27 keep heading North towards Poling, you will pass a large roadside sign offering Units to…See More
May 10
Announcement by Stuart Ellis

GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR) - PLEASE READ

GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR)BRIGHTON & HOVE RAMBLERS WEBSITEPRIVACY POLICYDear Brighton & Hove Ramblers Website Member,You may have heard about the new General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"), that comes into effect May 25, 2018. To help the Brighton & Hove Ramblers Website comply with GDPR Privacy requirements please review your privacy settings by logging onto the website and going to 'Settings' (top left of the page). On the My Settings page review your…See More
May 9
Announcement by Peter Hodd

5 Churches and A Castle - Steyning to Shoreham 12th May

Things have dried out nicely during the hot weather,so hopefully not to slippy this time. There are shady churches to sit in (briefly) though we wont stop anywhere more than about 5 minutes (except the pub at the end). Because we finish relatively early we will probably just have a picnic snack stop at Coombes or Botolphs. Hungry bunnies can get a fuller meal at the end of the walk if needed. Drivers may wish to use the 2 bus to return to their cars if left in Steyning , or park in Shoreham and…See More
May 8
Announcement by Geoffrey James

This Thursday's Ashdown Forest Walk

Wren's Warren car park on the B2026 is quite small.  If full, I suggest the Piglets car park back down the road and then walk onto the heath, where there is a wide path up to the start point.The walk has a number of ups and downs, 4 stiles, one short muddy section, and is 6 miles, taking about 3 hours.Geoff JSee More
May 8
Announcement by Diana Jones

Tomorrow's Wisborough Green Walk (5th Ma

I've just been checking out some of this walk and it's nearly perfect with the dappled sunlight through the trees, bluebells and other wild flowers, tree blossom and lunch by the canal. There aren't many stiles and no big hills, but the one down side is there are a number of patches of wet sloshy mud. It's well worth coming along but I would recommend stout boots, gaiters and walking poles.See More
May 4
Announcement by Colin Sefton

Walk on Sunday (6th May) - Ditchling Beacon to Plumpton Green Circular (with a sting in the tail!)

It looks like Sunday is going to be hot, sunny and dry - which means this 9 mile walk culminating in a steep 150m climb to finish will be a good test of your stamina!  The walk starts at 10.45 from Ditchling Beacon Car Park, Ditchling Road, BN6 8RJ (Parking is £2 / free for National Trust members; accessible by bus #79, departing from the Old Steine bus stop U @ 10:15, arrives Ditchling Beacon 10:42 - I will be going directly to the starting point).We start by walking East along the South Downs…See More
May 3
An announcement by Richard H was featured

Request for Walk Leaders for the next 30s-50s Walks Programme - July to October 2018

Dear BAHR members,The next programme runs from July to October, covering the 18 Sundays and 7 Wednesday evenings listed below. With a total of 43 walks planned for the next programme, in order to fully complete this I need help from both new and previous leaders to share a favourite walk or explore a new walk in an area that interests you. Walks can be led individually or jointly, by anyone who is a paid-up member of the Ramblers. No special training is required and you do not have to make up a…See More
May 2
Announcement by Richard H

Request for Walk Leaders for the next 30s-50s Walks Programme - July to October 2018

Dear BAHR members,The next programme runs from July to October, covering the 18 Sundays and 7 Wednesday evenings listed below. With a total of 43 walks planned for the next programme, in order to fully complete this I need help from both new and previous leaders to share a favourite walk or explore a new walk in an area that interests you. Walks can be led individually or jointly, by anyone who is a paid-up member of the Ramblers. No special training is required and you do not have to make up a…See More
May 2
Stuart Ellis commented on Stuart Ellis's announcement 'BAHR 2018 Christmas Lunch'
"Many thanks to all of you who responded. To date we have 65 booked to come! The deposit has been paid so we have a firm reservation for Thursday 13th December (time to be confirmed). I will post another announcement in September as there are still…"
Apr 30
Announcement by Stuart Ellis

Sunday 29th April: Blatchington - Saddlecombe Circular - 10 miles

The weather forecast isn't brilliant but then not too bad either - OK in the morning and possible rain in the afternoon. It'll be muddy in parts so please come prepared with stout boots and rain gear! The lunch stop will be at the Wildflour Cafe at Saddlecombe Farm which does sandwiches, soup etc. but I strongly advise you bring a picnic lunch as there is often a queue at the weekends. Don't let the forecast put you off as it's a lovely walk and the company will more than make up for it!See More
Apr 27
Announcement by Mick Thatcher

Extra Sunday walk April 22nd

I have arranged another walk this coming Sunday using your Bus Pass (  If you have one !!! ) It will be from the Devils Dyke Hotel to Bramber. It is approx. 6 miles  Get the 77 bus from Brighton to the Dyke arriving at 1316hrs. We will leave the Dyke at 1330hrs. After the walk we will come back to Brighton on the No 2 bus leaving Bramber at 1623hrs or 1723hrs.  We hope to have tea & cake in Bramber.  The 77 bus leaves Churchill Sq at 1252hrs & Brighton Station at 1257hrs.  I hope to see…See More
Apr 20
Announcement by Peter Hodd

Dorking to Reigate via The Greensand Way 14th April 2018

I walked this route on Monday and the good news is spring has reached the Surrey Hills. This really is too good a walk to miss.The scenery is wonderful, much of the walk is on well drained sand or firm tracks and we even pass a pub used in filming "4 Weddings and A Funeral." Furthermore, we have a decent forecast for Saturday.The bad news is  the March downpours and the April showers have also done their work, so boots will be needed and poles may help if you like a bit of extra stability on a…See More
Apr 10
 
 
 

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