The 2019 Annual General Meeting of Brighton & Hove Ramblers will take place on Friday 15th November:
Venue: Bishop Hannington Church, Nevill Avenue, Hove BN3 7NH
Time: 7.30 - 9.30 pm
Ample parking is available in the church car park and surrounding roads (no permit required). The #5A bus stops outside the church. An Induction Loop system is available for those with hearing issues as well as toilets for the…
Added by Stuart Ellis on October 17, 2019 at 9:30 — No Comments
This year "Cote Brasserie",115-116 Church Street Brighton, BN1 1UD, Brighton (opposite the Dome), has been booked for our Christmas celebration meal on Friday 6th December at 7:45pm till 11pm. This is open to all Brighton & Hove Ramblers + friends, but especially the Sunday walkers. The meal cost is £29.95 for 3 courses (£46.95 if you want drinks included) plus a 12.5% service charge which they charge for parties. A table for 30 people has been booked. The menu is available…Continue
Added by Tony Mercer on October 6, 2019 at 18:30 — No Comments
London Urban Walk - North Greenwich to Woolwich & Silvertown (Group Brighton & Hove)
Circular Walk of approx. 7 miles from North Greenwich to Woolwich via the Thames Path (passing the Royal Naval College, O2 Arena, Thames Barrier and returning via Silvertown, London City Airport and Royal Victoria Docks crossing the Thames by the Woolwich Ferry or Foot Tunnel and returning via the Emirates Air Line cable car.
Purchase THAMESLINK Super Off-Peak…Continue
Added by Maggi Tillotson on October 6, 2019 at 10:00 — No Comments
Places are still available for the 2019 Xmas Lunch on Thursday 12th December @ 1300. It will be held again at The Hilton Brighton Metropole's splendid belle epoque 1890 restaurant, overlooking the seafront, which will be reserved exclusively for our group. The cost is £25 (incl. VAT) per person for a 3 course buffet with lots of choice and tea/coffee and mince pies.
To speed things up you can pre-order your bottle(s) of wine (see wine list attached) which will be…Continue
Added by Stuart Ellis on October 3, 2019 at 11:30 — No Comments
The Bridleway from Patcham starting from the bridge under the A27 entering from Mill Road and thereafter crossing Waterhall land and then proceeding up Sweet Hill and later joining the Sussex Border Path ( which comes across the pedestrian bridge over the A23 ) and joins the Sweet Hill path half way up the steep hill, this first mentioned path is not a right of way. The section from the bridge under the A27 travelling 300Metres across Waterhall is shown on OS OL11 Explorer Map as a…Continue
Added by Peter John Jarman on September 26, 2019 at 17:39 — No Comments
Awful news I’m afraid. No pub lunch. The Cat and Canary is closed for refurbishment and is not reopening until 4pm on the 28th. So it will have to be a picnic lunch.
Added by David Uzzaman on September 25, 2019 at 19:09 — No Comments
This has been forwarded by Ramblers Sussex Area:
This year is the 10th anniversary of Hilary Benn signing the confirmation order that established the South Downs National Park, which Ramblers local groups were active in supporting.
A special celebration is being organised at Ditchling Village Hall on Monday 11th November, from 11.30am until 2.00pm. Hilary Benn has kindly agreed to come down to Ditchling and…
Added by Stuart Ellis on September 5, 2019 at 12:00 — No Comments
Dear BAHR members,
The next programme runs from November to February, covering the Sundays listed below. With a total of 34 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 31, 2019 at 14:00 — No Comments
For those who missed out on July's training session please go to https://bit.ly/2Ld2biN to book a place. Please pass the word around and hope that you have sufficient time this time round to make any necessary arrangements to attend.
Added by Stuart Ellis on August 30, 2019 at 18:22 — No Comments
Just a reminder about this Saturday's fine walk! The weather is looking fair but more comfortable for walking than recently. This walk will explore the quieter northern escarpment of the Eastbourne Downs!
The full walk is long for a Saturday but there is a chance for people to stop at Alfriston and to finish there if preferred.
Packed lunch on the Long Man and lots of refreshment opportunities at the end if desired, including the appropriately named Old Boot Inn!
Added by Peter Hodd on August 27, 2019 at 20:53 — No Comments
Tonights (14th August) evening walk has been cancelled due to the weather.
We will run the same walk tomorrow (Thursday). Please see the walk programme for more information.
Added by Richard H on August 14, 2019 at 15:30 — No Comments
Please note the car park at the start point of this walk is quite small and there will not be room for large numbers of cars. Please arrange to share lifts and fill up cars as much as possible.
Added by Gill Lamarque on August 13, 2019 at 10:17 — No Comments
Ramblers have teamed up with St.John Ambulance to provide First Aid training for Ramblers members. It will consist of a half-day training course to cover the basics, rooted in the scenarios you’re most likely to face on a group walk. Whether you are faced with cuts and grazes, broken bones, or something more serious – this course will give you…Continue
Some sad news was received this morning, via U3A, that John Henshaw, who used to be a regular walker with Ramblers and went on some of the weekends away, died suddenly at home, “on or around 17th June”.
John was no longer a member of Ramblers but his niece Moya has invited anyone who knew him to attend his funeral at the South Chapel, Woodvale Cemetery, Lewes Road, Brighton at 4.30 this coming Friday, 26th July.
John’s niece has requested no flowers but a small collection will…Continue
Added by Maggi Tillotson on July 22, 2019 at 14:52 — No Comments
Weather forecast currently looking good (Sunny, low 20s) for this circular walk initially heading west through Lewes, then gradually climbing NW via Landport Bottom and Mount Harry to Blackcap (206m), then a long, steep descent before continuing to lunch / picnic stop at the Rainbow Pub & Carvery at Cooksbridge after ca. 6.5 miles. (Can you please advise if you would like lunch and I can then send you the extensive menu to make your selection). After lunch continuing eastwards…Continue
Added by Colin Sefton on July 22, 2019 at 7:35 — No Comments
Hello all, the start time for the 30s-50s evening walk on Wednesday 24th of July is now 7pm.
Added by Richard H on July 17, 2019 at 22:24 — No Comments
The car park is St Marys Church car park.Thakeham Village. As you come down into Thakeham village the road bends round to the left, where there are some parking spaces. Go past these space towards the Church and the car park is on the left adjacent to the church .
Added by Keith Fox on July 15, 2019 at 14:33 — No Comments
Just promoting my 9 mile circular walk this Saturday - starting at Beeding Hill and stopping off at the Sussex Wildlife Trust's Woods Mill reserve for a lunchtime picnic. The National Trust Car Park at Beeding Hill is accessed from the Upper Shoreham Road in Shoreham (near the Red Lion/Amsterdam pubs) following the signed road to Mill Hill. Carry on past both Mill Hill car parks to reach the NT car park on a bend after another two miles. Please bring a picnic as there is no pub or…Continue
Added by Carole Claridge on July 15, 2019 at 13:47 — No Comments
Good news: the BAHR annual barbecue has been re-scheduled for Saturday 3 August. It will begin with a walk from Mick T's field at 2.30pm, with the BBQ to follow from 4.30 onwards, and rounded off with a sing-along around the camp fire. Bring your instruments, including your voices. BBQ facilities will be provided; just bring your food and drinks. Tea will be available. This event coincides with the Pride activities, so plan your travel well in advance. There's plenty of parking space at…Continue
Added by Mike Bates on July 7, 2019 at 18:39 — No Comments