Ramblers are partnering with CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) to help promote this documentary (https://goo.gl/M3RHSB) which shows how a family use walking as a means to reconnect after their son/brother took his own life. A large chunk of the film is shot on a walk.
The production company are screening the film at a selection of independent cinemas around the…Continue
This is notification that the 2018 Annual General Meeting of Brighton & Hove Ramblers will take place on Friday 9th November:
Full details are available on the Committee Stuff page.
An email notification has been sent to all members for whom we have an email address (please note that some…Continue
We've had an excellent response and, so far, have 70+ reservations! However, there is still room for more in the wonderfully spacious Metropole Hotel's 1890 restaurant so if you want to reserve a place (£22.50 per person) please contact me (…Continue
Please support the first High Weald Walking Festival. The High Weald lies on the eastern edge of the South Downs National Park and we often have walks there. The programme has been put together entirely by volunteers - including several members of Sussex Area committee - on a shoestring budget of £750. What they have produced is fantastic: 36 walks of all types and distances from a 2 mile stroll to a 9.5 mile ramble. There really is something for everyone!
The intention/hope is to…Continue