We are the Brighton and Hove group of the national Ramblers. Walking and socialising in and around the South East of England.


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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 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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Announcement by Katy Friese-Greene

Help required!

Can anyone recommend a good company to book a group holiday to Ireland with? Ideally I'd like a mixture of walking and culture but failing that just walking (and I can do Dublin another time...) Thanks, KatySee More
yesterday
Liz Hill commented on Liz Hill's announcement '30s-50s Burpham - Arundel circular - Sunday 29th March.'
"Text me on 07975 518567 if you are coming along. Sorry to say there's a no dogs allowed policy throughout Arundel Park. "
Saturday
Announcement by Joanna Mary Sancha

Cirencester walking holiday May 13 - 15

I have had to cancel my booking at The Old Bungalow Guest House as my knee is still not cooperating and I can't walk very far at the moment. So if anyone wants to have my single room, phone 01285 654179. I hope you all have a lovely time! Joanna SanchaSee More
Friday
An announcement by Liz Hill was featured

30s-50s Burpham - Arundel circular - Sunday 29th March.

An attractive walk taking in views of both the sea and the Arun Valley. Walking alongside the River Arun and then through Arundel Park. Pub / café or picnic lunch in the many choices in Arundel, then more river walking back to Burpham.Please bring cars to The Level as there is no public transport to the start. Parking is in the car park behind The George Pub in Burpham. I will be going straight to the start of the walk. Please remember that the clocks go forward this weekend.See More
Thursday
Announcement by Liz Hill

30s-50s Burpham - Arundel circular - Sunday 29th March.

An attractive walk taking in views of both the sea and the Arun Valley. Walking alongside the River Arun and then through Arundel Park. Pub / café or picnic lunch in the many choices in Arundel, then more river walking back to Burpham.Please bring cars to The Level as there is no public transport to the start. Parking is in the car park behind The George Pub in Burpham. I will be going straight to the start of the walk. Please remember that the clocks go forward this weekend.See More
Thursday
An announcement by LIz Trevis was featured

30s-50s Downs in the city afternoon walk - Sunday 29th March

Discover amazing views of Brighton from the Downs.  This afternoon walk starts in Hollingbury woods and makes its way along the crest of the Downs to Hollingbury's own historic hill fort. Great views of Brighton, the sea and the Downs in four directions.  We then head down hill through the Wild Park to the Lewes Road and into quiet serenity of Stanmer Park,  Opportunity for a mid walk break of tea and cake at the café before heading through the woods back up hill and over Hollingbury Hill to…See More
Mar 23
Announcement by Seb Toy

30s-50s Devils Dyke, Tottington and Poynings Circular on Sunday 22nd March

This should be a  most pleasant walk along the SDW with gorgeous views (weather permitting) from the Dyke, Edburton Hill and Truleigh Hill. We will then descend onto the picturesque spring villages valley area of Tottington and walk through Longlands Wood to Fulking. Lunch will be here, where there are 12 places for a late pub lunch at the Shepherd and Dog or a very nice picnic park area. We will be returning via Poynings with a treat at the end in the form of a relatively steep climb back onto…See More
Mar 18
An announcement by Jane Cheema was featured

A Gentle Reminder re: Going straight to start of walk

Please remember to let the leader know in advance if you are going straight to the start of a walk - see About Us.http://bahr.org.uk/page/about-usNB. The only exception is when it specifically states in the programme that the leader will be going directly to the start of the walk, and the relevant details have been confirmed via a current announcement.See More
Mar 18
An announcement by Joan Pimm was featured

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO LEAD HEALTH WALKS

HelloWith reference to Brighton & Hove:Hello, I am a member of The Ramblers Arun and Adur group and live and work in Brighton & Hove. I am also a volunteer for Brighton & Hove Council Healthwalks, as well as working for the Council in the library service. Healthwalks is looking for some volunteers who would be prepared to regularly lead short walks of up to 3 miles in Brighton & Hove, starting from local libraries. Would any of your members be interested in doing this?  I look…See More
Mar 18
Announcement by Joan Pimm

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO LEAD HEALTH WALKS

HelloWith reference to Brighton & Hove:Hello, I am a member of The Ramblers Arun and Adur group and live and work in Brighton & Hove. I am also a volunteer for Brighton & Hove Council Healthwalks, as well as working for the Council in the library service. Healthwalks is looking for some volunteers who would be prepared to regularly lead short walks of up to 3 miles in Brighton & Hove, starting from local libraries. Would any of your members be interested in doing this?  I look…See More
Mar 18
Announcement by Jane Cheema

A Gentle Reminder re: Going straight to start of walk

Please remember to let the leader know in advance if you are going straight to the start of a walk - see About Us.http://bahr.org.uk/page/about-usNB. The only exception is when it specifically states in the programme that the leader will be going directly to the start of the walk, and the relevant details have been confirmed via a current announcement.See More
Mar 15
Announcement by clare dickinson

30s-50s Exceat (Seven Sisters) to Eastbourne walk on Sunday 15th March

It's a great walk, with great views. It starts at 10.45 from Exceat car park, (at Seven Sisters Country Park) which is £3.50 so remember your change if driving. Leader will be at start, see main page for details of public transport. (13X Leaves Sealife Centre 09.53, arrives 10.35) Please remember its Mother's day so its, bring a picnic and/+/or snacks for lunch at Birling Gap. There will be cake options at end of walk.Look forward to seeing you. Clare 07887 791977 (see main page for more…See More
Mar 12
Announcement by Tony Mercer

30s-50s Reminder - Sunday 8th March. Over the Downs from Falmer to Lewes and back

The weather is forecast to be nice this Sunday. Please join me on my walk.This is a circular walk from Falmer Station via Falmer Pond to Lewes and back to Falmer by a different route. There are fantastic views of the Sussex Downs. Lunch is at "The Swan Inn" in Lewes or bring a picnic if you prefer. Lewes Station is only 10 mins walk from The Swan Inn if you prefer to walk one way. There are frequent trains back to both Falmer and Brighton from Lewes.I look forward to seeing you all this Sunday…See More
Mar 6
Announcement by Stuart Ellis

30s-50s Rottingdean figure-of-eight walk - Sunday 1st March

This is a gentle figure-of-eight walk with each circuit of approximately 6 miles. In the morning we head east onto the Downs returning to Rottingdean for lunch at the Plough Inn, picnic on the green or local cafes/tea shops. After lunch we head west towards Ovingdean with its lovely Anglo-Saxon Church and Open Access land…See More
Feb 26
Announcement by Chris Smith

Stanmer Park wheelchair access route trashed

Some years ago Brighton Council opened up a five mile wheelchair and pram accessible trail on the South Downs at Stanmer.  It won a lot of praise. But now the council has allowed the path to become completely trashed.  Full story at http://travelloglewes.co.uk/index.php?page=stanmer-park-wheelchair-...Please do your bit to remedy this situation. (Details available by following the link)See More
Feb 21
Announcement by Chris Goodyear

Reminder: 30s–50s Balcombe and Handcross Circular – Sunday 22nd February

This walk takes us along some lesser travelled paths through attractive countryside and down quiet country lanes. Anyone travelling by rail from Brighton should catch the 10.00am train to London Victoria, which is scheduled to call at Balcombe at 10.30am. It should leave from platform 4, but you do need to check. I shall be waiting by the exit to the car park to meet you on arrival at Balcombe Station. Please contact me if there are any unexpected delays to this service.For those of you…See More
Feb 19