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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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An announcement by Mike Bates was featured

Skittles Evening: Thursday 15 January

Barrie Brickle has arranged a skittles evening at the Bull Inn, on the A281 just north of Henfield, on Thursday 15 January starting at 7.00pm.  There are just 20 places available, on a first-come-first-served basis.  We need a minimum of 16 to make it viable.  Cost will be £3 per head.  Drinks and food at your own expense.  No previous experience necessary.  To book your place please let Barrie (membership@bahr.org.uk) or me (chair@bahr.org.uk) know by 31 December.  We'll collect the…See More
yesterday
Announcement by Justin Foulser

30s-50s Ditchling circular Sunday 21st

This walk will be around picturesque Ditchling and Westmeston. Lunch will be in Ditchling.Meet at the Level in Brighton at 10am before driving to the start (please bring cars to the Level).Check the programme for full details. I look forward to seeing some of you on Sunday!Justin.See More
Thursday
Announcement by Mike Bates

Skittles Evening: Thursday 15 January

Barrie Brickle has arranged a skittles evening at the Bull Inn, on the A281 just north of Henfield, on Thursday 15 January starting at 7.00pm.  There are just 20 places available, on a first-come-first-served basis.  We need a minimum of 16 to make it viable.  Cost will be £3 per head.  Drinks and food at your own expense.  No previous experience necessary.  To book your place please let Barrie (membership@bahr.org.uk) or me (chair@bahr.org.uk) know by 31 December.  We'll collect the…See More
Thursday
Announcement by Terry Brown

PICOS HOLIDAY JULY 2015 UPDATE

Todate  we have 8 confirmed and commited ( lol ) walkers who are going, with 2 more considering. Consequently, there are still four spaces open for grabs, should anyone wish to join our party.There are still flights available but these are going fast.The original announcement is still here on the web site, with all the required detail.If anyone wishes to talk it through, please give me a call on 07747100976.Join us, i guarantee you wont be disappointed.Terry  See More
Wednesday
Announcement by clare dickinson

30's-50's Glynde Dewpond Circular (lunch in Lewes) Sunday 21st Dec

It's a great walk with good views. Walk is accessible by both public transport and by car. It starts at 10:40 from Glynde free public car park. Leader will be at start. Lunch in festive Lewes, with lots of choice. See programme page for details of public transport (10:20 train from Brighton to Glynde) and more information. Look forward to seeing you all. Clare, Tel: 07887 791977.See More
Wednesday
2 photos by Stuart Ellis were featured
Dec 12
Nigel Maudsley commented on Nigel Maudsley's announcement 'Scam'
"I wonder how he stumbled on this site "
Dec 11
Announcement by Carole Manley (Barnes)

Scam

Hi Everyone. Just a warning. I got spammed though my Ramblers account. One of those desperate men looking for love in all the wrong places. :-( Reportedly after bank details. i would give them to him if I thought he was going to put money in, as he certainly won't find anything in there to take out!! Beware! Mr Victor Smith - barking up wrong trees.See More
Dec 11
Announcement by Nigel Maudsley

Scam

There is a Mister Victor Smith on this site who asked to email him. It is a scam as he is after bank details. Please block him
Dec 11
Announcement by Stuart Ellis

Xmas Dinner

I've created an Album (2014 Xmas Dinner) with a few photos. Sadly everyone was impeccably behaved so nothing incriminating! Thank you Liz for organising a great evening and sorry you couldn't be there.http://bahr.org.uk/photo/albums/2014-xmas-dinnerSee More
Dec 11
Chris Goodyear commented on Terry Brown's announcement 'Sunday 7th December - Eastbourne Heights'
"The missing information that Terry mentions is in fact clearly shown in the programme. Simply click on the title of the walk (highlighted in red) in order to display the full details."
Dec 4
Announcement by Terry Brown

Sunday 7th December - Eastbourne Heights - 30s-50s walk

 Although the Ramblers public walks programme does not make it clear I wont be at the level at 0930 on sunday as i live near Eastbourne.  PLEASE if any one is going to the level could you put a notice on the web site offering places for other walkers.  Thank you.Due to the early evenings,  the walk will need to start promptly at 1030 and lunch will be picnic, pub drink or food in the hikers rest  ( no time for a pub lunch im afraid ).if we look like running out of little, il trim 2 miles off…See More
Dec 4
An announcement by Sarah Hollingdale was featured

Shaping the future of our countryside access

Hi all, East Sussex County Council are doing a consultation on how Public Rights of Way and countryside sites will be managed in the future. As a walking group who uses the sites it would be good to get everyone's voice heard.I have copied and pasted a link to the online survey. https://consultation.eastsussex.gov.uk/economy-transport-environment/haveyoursaySee More
Dec 3
Announcement by Sarah Hollingdale

Shaping the future of our countryside access

Hi all, East Sussex County Council are doing a consultation on how Public Rights of Way and countryside sites will be managed in the future. As a walking group who uses the sites it would be good to get everyone's voice heard.I have copied and pasted a link to the online survey. https://consultation.eastsussex.gov.uk/economy-transport-environment/haveyoursaySee More
Dec 2
Announcement by Mike Bates

East Hoathley circular walk this Thursday

I have a lovely Wealden walk this Thursday but, be warned, it will be very muddy.  Having just completed the pre-walk, I've decided to shorten the route to five miles.  However, with the mud, it will still feel like at least six!  Sturdy waterproof boots and walking poles are strongly recommended. Lunch/drinks afterwards at the Kings Head pub.  MikeSee More
Dec 1
4 photos by Clare Hall were featured
Nov 30