The eagle eyed amongst you may have spotted my walk has moved from the 2nd to the 9th on the programme. This is due to a delayed house move.
All walk details remain the same with lunch at the Eight Bells. See you at bus stop K opposite the Sea Life Centre at 9.25am on Sunday 9th Feb.
Added by Claire Phillips on January 30, 2014 at 12:54 — No Comments
I led the walk for Mid Sussex Ramblers at the Sussex Area AGM last Saturday in Hassocks and I was asked by one of the Brighton & Hove walkers if they could take the map so that they could put the walk in the Brighton & Hove programme later on in the year.
I passed the map over but it was left in the hall, so please come forward and I will get it to you, whoever you are!
Either call/text me on 07803 608413 or message me on…Continue
Added by Graham Allen on January 28, 2014 at 13:15 — No Comments
Thanks to all who braved the elements and joined us for the Steyning walk today! Here are few lines from Gerard Manley Hopkins that seem apt....
....'What would the world be, once bereft
Of wet and of wildness? Let them be
O let them be left, wildness and wet;
Long live the weeds and the
wilderness yet.' (from Inversnaid)
Added by Tim Goldstein on January 25, 2014 at 19:53 — No Comments
Added by Tim Goldstein on January 23, 2014 at 22:00 — No Comments
Please note that I have taken over leadership of this walk as Maggi is indisposed. It's quite hilly but some beautiful views compensate. There's one really muddy stretch towards the end. Walking poles recommended. Street parking on Windmill Drive or Mill Rise.
If anyone was thinking of taking the bus, please note that route 27 is temporarily suspended at the top of Westdene, so you should get off at the top of Valley Drive and walk across.
There is livestock on this route.…Continue
Added by Mike Bates on January 21, 2014 at 14:47 — No Comments
Please note that I have changed the start location of Thursday's walk. The walk will now start at Waterhall Mill, Westdene, Brighton (also known as Patcham Windmill) (TQ290086) and will be followed by a drink/lunch at the Black Lion Pub.
Meet as usual on the East side of Preston Park Station or at the walk start.
Any queries please phone Maggi on 07811 540020
The sun is forecast for this Thursday, so why not come and join me for a beautiful Low Wealden walk. It's relatively flat, but it will be muddy, though not water-logged (at least it wasn't on Sunday's pre-walk). Walking poles are recommended. The welcoming Kings Head awaits afterwards.
If you enjoy walking with the 20s-40s group, please support the group by submitting a walk for the new programme, which runs 1st March – 30th June 2014. We are looking for walks for all 18 Sundays - it would be great to get a full programme. Many of the leaders we have come to rely on are no longer walking with the group, so to ensure that we still have walks each Sunday, it’s no longer a question of should you offer to lead one walk, but can you afford not to ;-) Any…Continue
Here is your opportunity to share a favorite walk or explore a new walk in an area that you are interested in. Choose one Sunday in March to June 2014. If you have not lead a walk before, this is not a problem, there are many experienced walk leaders within the group who are willing to help.…Continue
I will be at the front of Lewes Station at 11.00 Sunday morning and whatever the weather we will make it to Glynde and the Trevor Arms for lunch. The plan is to walk back in the afternoon but there is the escape route of the train from Glynde to Lewes. Plenty of tea shops in Lewes for afternoon tea.
See you at 11.00
P.S bring waterproofs .......?
Meeting point is 10:15am at St Peters Church (stop V) on the Level.
Obviously, if another stop along the route is more…Continue
Added by Elaine Toohig on January 1, 2014 at 19:00 — No Comments