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
Added by Stuart Ellis on October 15, 2018 at 10:40 — No Comments
Added by Tracy Evans on October 15, 2018 at 10:16 — No Comments
Greetings all! For the hardy of you the walk tomorrow is a circular walk from West Hoathly via Minepit Wood, Turners Hill and Gravetye Manor. In the morning we walk near the Bluebell Railway via Minepit Wood and Crawley Down to Turners Hill for a picnic lunch. There are two pubs at Turners Hill for those who would like a pub lunch. In the afternoon we walk via the grounds of Gravetye Manor with fine views and hopefully some beautiful colours in the trees.
Hope to see you…
Added by Tracy Evans on October 13, 2018 at 19:19 — No Comments
This promises to be a lovely walk with autumn colours in plenty of mixed woodland. But, I'm not happy with one of the paths on the original route, consequently I have amended it so we have a long morning and a short afternoon reducing the total length to 8 miles (12.8 Km). The new route takes in all the main highlights of the area, passing through Little Bognor, Flexham Park, Bedham, Lithergate Common and Fittleworth Common, to the Swan Inn, then a loop over Hesworth Common, taking in 2…Continue
Added by Diana Jones on October 11, 2018 at 15:50 — No Comments
SATURDAY 13.10 PLEASE NOTE THIS CHANGE TO THE ADVERTISED WALK- timetable changes
New walk SOLENT WAY- Langstone Harbour to the Sussex Border via Farlington Marshes NNR, Langstone Quay and Emsworth.
Don't be put off by the distance- this is a lovely FLAT walk on good paths with excellent views ( well they were today). It is a walk you can do in shorts and sandals if you are into that sort of thing.
Meeting time: 9:20- Brighton Start…Continue
Added by Peter Hodd on September 25, 2018 at 21:10 — No Comments
We are looking for Befrienders , See below, especially Males as role models for young Boys
“Become a befriender with Fun in Action and make a real difference to a disadvantaged child’s life. We all need someone who is on our side! We are eager to hear from males and females who are over 21yrs, have 3-4 hours minimum to spare a fortnight and can make a commitment to supporting a child please call us on 01273 559794, email us…Continue
Added by Joy Constantin on September 25, 2018 at 12:33 — No Comments
I have shortened this walk slightly so it is now 14Km (8.7miles) and changed the pub to "The World's End". The morning is still a good length over undulating downland (not steep) with wonderful views and the afternoon is shorter with a gentle, shady climb up through woods. The pace will be slightly more leisurely than originally anticipated but I hope to finish at about 3.15pm.
Added by Diana Jones on September 18, 2018 at 16:41 — No Comments
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
Added by Stuart Ellis on September 17, 2018 at 12:56 — No Comments
I have already booked my accommodation for a short week's walking in the Peak District National Park this Autumn and invite any Brighton and Hove Ramblers to join me.
I am basing walks from Castleton which gives easy access by public transport to the White Peak and the Dark Peak and is a good base with a decent hostel (Losehill Hall YHA- several single and twin rooms still available!) and a variety of B+B and hotel options to suit most budgets! There are a range of pubs for eating…Continue
Added by Peter Hodd on September 15, 2018 at 18:19 — No Comments
Saturday, 8 September 2018 (Group: Brighton & Hove)
Meeting time 9:20, Start time 10:30
Moderate 9 miles / 14.5 km (Estimated finish time: 14:30)
We prewalked this route last week and it has a little bit of everything- far more varied than a glance at the map would suggest- but only two small hills. There is one slightly soft/overgrown stretch but it is otherwise on good tracks and paths- you may want long socks or trousers unless you are very hardy.
Added by Peter Hodd on September 6, 2018 at 19:30 — No Comments
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
Added by Stuart Ellis on September 6, 2018 at 12:55 — No Comments
Dear BAHR members,
The next programme runs from November to February, covering the Sundays listed below. With a total of 17 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…Continue
Added by Richard H on August 30, 2018 at 12:30 — No Comments
I have noticed that the Post Code is wrong. The grid reference is correct (TQ367025). The Post Code is BN2 7BS. The walk does not start in Rottingdean but outside Blind Veterans UK which some of you probably know better as St Dunstans at Ovingdean Gap. There is roadside parking in Greenways, the road leading off the roundabout towards Ovingdean Village.
Added by Erica Bentley on August 29, 2018 at 15:30 — No Comments
This ‘circular’ walk is 11.5 miles long and takes us through classic rolling countryside of the High Weald. We will be stopping for lunch on the outskirts of Mayfield at the Rose & Crown, or if you prefer, bring your own picnic to have on the nearby King George's Playing Fields Park where there are some benches with an attractive view.
Kindly let us know by latest 5.00pm…Continue
Added by Chris Goodyear on August 27, 2018 at 11:00 — No Comments
Greetings all! Join me on a moderate to strenuous linear walk starting at 10am, from the Seven Sisters visitors centre at Exceat to Eastbourne via Friston forest and Birling Gap where we join the coast path. We need to cover 6.5 miles in 2.5 hours to hopefully arrive at Beachy Head in time for the Red Arrows so the pace will reflect that. Well earnt picnic lunch about 12.30pm with good views to watch the planes fly over for Eastbourne airshow. HILLY, involving a number of ascents and…Continue
Added by Tracy Evans on August 18, 2018 at 12:58 — No Comments
We have been notified of the following scheme:
I am starting to promote a new Volunteer Path Warden scheme in Brighton & Hove – whereby regular users of the Public Rights of Way network can ‘adopt’ a path(s) that they use regularly – to help keep an eye on them.
I’m wondering if this is something you might be able to advertise with your local membership? I’ve…Continue
Added by Stuart Ellis on August 16, 2018 at 9:30 — No Comments
Thanks to the hardy few that braved yesterday's weather and came back for the charity cheese and wine do. Although numbers were down we still made £50 for Cancer Research.
Added by Graham Baker on August 10, 2018 at 11:45 — No Comments
As this is Gay Pride weekend there will be disruption to public transport,road closures this Saturday in Brighton. This will effect the 9.30am number 17 bus from Churchill Sq to Henfield. Anyone hoping to take the bus will have need to check the diversion for the route or make alternative arrangements.
Added by Philippa Creasey on August 3, 2018 at 7:49 — No Comments
CHIDDINGLY CIRCULAR THURSDAY AUGUST 2ND
Just to advise this walk has about 13 styles, most of which are in good order and should not pose any problems. The walk takes the route of following the Vanguard way north turning left near Stream Farm,past Coneyburrow wood,Hawkhurst Common,down the Wealdway to Old Whyly,East Hoathly and Chiddingly. Refreshments at Six Bells.Continue
Added by Keith Fox on July 23, 2018 at 10:50 — No Comments
This walk is 11 miles long and takes us through the attractive eastern area of the Ashdown Forest which includes the famous Five Hundred Acre Wood, and also the outskirts of Crowborough, where we will be stopping for lunch at the White Hart on the Green. Alternatively, bring your own picnic to have on one of the many benches located nearby.
Kindly let us know by latest 10.00am…Continue
Added by Chris Goodyear on July 18, 2018 at 12:30 — No Comments