This 11 mile walk begins from the picturesque East Sussex village of Frant, situated in the High Weald. The scenery along the route is very varied and ranges from quiet countryside and woods, to lanes and the bustling Pantiles.
Lunch will be in Tunbridge Wells, where there is a choice of various eateries and pubs, either in the Pantiles or in the nearby High Street. Our stop will probably last for about 75 minutes.
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Added by Chris Goodyear on August 30, 2016 at 18:28 — No Comments
This event is to feature the Sussex Border Path walking a significant section between Mile Oak and Varncombe Hill (just beyond Saddlescombe). Preferred travel to the start is by Bus No.1/1A from Old Steine at 9-45 /9-55 am arriving at Mile Oak Road/Graham Avenue Junction on or before 10-30 a.m. The leader will be going via car and will meet people situated in North Brighton at Preston Park Station at 9-45 a.m but car travel is not preferred due to lack of parking at Mile Oak. If you wish to…Continue
Added by Peter John Jarman on August 26, 2016 at 13:18 — No Comments
Brighton council wants to make cuts the amount it spends on parks and open spaces. It is holding a consultation about this because it is legally obliged to. You can find the consultation at…Continue
Added by Chris Smith on August 25, 2016 at 12:53 — No Comments
It has come around far too quickly, but this is the last of the Summer evening mid week walks for this season.
This last walk will be starting and finishing at the Devils Dyke pub at Devils Dyke. There will be a hill or two involved and a Dyke!
The walk will be about 4-5 miles in length and we will be popping into the pub at the end for a post walk drink.
Come and join us for this last of the evening walks on what looks to be a fabulous evening.
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Added by Justin Foulser on August 15, 2016 at 21:55 — No Comments
This is a completely flat walk around part of Chichester Harbour. Chichester Harbour is the single most important site in the southeast of England for waterfowl with 52,000 birds using this area in a year. It may also be possible to spot Harbour Seals. It is an attractive walk across MOD land.The leader will meet the train at Emsworth station. The train from Brighton is at 9.30 This train also stop at various stations…Continue
Added by LIz Trevis on August 4, 2016 at 18:30 — No Comments
I've changed the start time for the walk on Thursday 25 August from 10.15 to 10am to give us time to get back to the pub before they stop serving food! Also suggest long trousers as some of the paths very overgrown when I walked it a week ago.
Added by Carole Claridge on August 4, 2016 at 16:46 — No Comments
Hi all, i have some hip problems at the moment so my walk on Sunday will be shortened to 10 miles and finishing in Exceat / Seven Sisters country park, instead of back to East Dean,if you come by bus, you can still get the bus back to Brighton, if you come by car and park in east Dean, you can get the bus back to East Dean, it is only 3x stops.
Thanks for your understanding Neil
Added by Neil S. Dunbar on August 3, 2016 at 13:00 — No Comments
The New Forest Circular is replacing my usual Isle of Wight walk this year, and will be a flat walk of about 8 miles. The day return from Brighton ( or Hove) to Brockenhurst is £13.65 with a railcard, catching the 9.00am South West Trains service from Brighton, changing at Southampton Central.
We will first visit the War Memorial and cemetery to New Zealand WW1 soldiers buried near the church, before walking through woodland. A table has been booked at the Filly Inn for lunch but…Continue
Added by Geoffrey James on August 1, 2016 at 14:31 — No Comments