Start from outside the front of Lewes Station at 10.45
Leader will meet everyone at Lewes Station
Meet: Brighton Station at 10:10 for the 10:20 train to Lewes.
Walk to Glynde via Mount Caburn with lunch at the Trevor Arms in Glynde. Back again to Lewes in
time for tea and cake. [There is a train back from Glynde if its all too much!!]
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Suitability: No car needed
Leader: David C, 07866 111385
Once again this ever popular…Continue
Added by David Coutinho on December 29, 2014 at 15:32 — No Comments
This walk will be around picturesque Ditchling and Westmeston. Lunch will be in Ditchling.
Meet at the Level in Brighton at 10am before driving to the start (please bring cars to the Level).
Check the programme for full details.
I look forward to seeing some of you on Sunday!
Added by Justin Foulser on December 18, 2014 at 22:00 — No Comments
Todate we have 8 confirmed and commited ( lol ) walkers who are going, with 2 more considering.
Consequently, there are still four spaces open for grabs, should anyone wish to join our party.
There are still flights available but these are going fast.
The original announcement is still here on the web site, with all the required…Continue
Added by Terry Brown on December 17, 2014 at 17:08 — No Comments
I've created an Album (2014 Xmas Dinner) with a few photos. Sadly everyone was impeccably behaved so nothing incriminating! Thank you Liz for organising a great evening and sorry you couldn't be there.
Added by Stuart Ellis on December 11, 2014 at 10:00 — No Comments
Although the Ramblers public walks programme does not make it clear I wont be at the level at 0930 on sunday as i live near Eastbourne. PLEASE if any one is going to the level could you put a notice on the web site offering places for other walkers. Thank you.
Due to the early evenings, the walk will need to start promptly at 1030 and lunch will be picnic, pub drink or food in the hikers rest ( no time for a pub lunch im afraid ).
if we look like running out of…Continue
East Sussex County Council are doing a consultation on how Public Rights of Way and countryside sites will be managed in the future. As a walking group who uses the sites it would be good to get everyone's voice heard.
I have copied and pasted a link to the online survey.
Added by Sarah Hollingdale on December 2, 2014 at 12:57 — No Comments
I have a lovely Wealden walk this Thursday but, be warned, it will be very muddy. Having just completed the pre-walk, I've decided to shorten the route to five miles. However, with the mud, it will still feel like at least six! Sturdy waterproof boots and walking poles are strongly recommended. Lunch/drinks afterwards at the Kings Head pub. Mike
Added by Mike Bates on December 1, 2014 at 11:53 — No Comments