Stuart has regrettably had to cancel his walk this Sunday (26th May).
I am away this Sunday, so unfortunately will not be able to provide a walk myself.
Added by Richard H on May 22, 2019 at 16:30 — No Comments
This year's Group Barbecue will be held on Saturday 6 July from 4.30pm onwards. As usual, the venue is Mick Thatcher's field in Spatham Lane, Ditchling. There will be a walk, starting at the field, at 2.30. Further details to follow, but please note that the Hoey Ukelele Combo is once again Top of the Bill. I bet you can't wait! Mike
Added by Mike Bates on May 20, 2019 at 15:16 — No Comments
Added by Sarah Hollingdale on May 18, 2019 at 7:54 — No Comments
Added by Tracy Evans on May 3, 2019 at 11:00 — No Comments
Just to advise the lane leading to the car park has deep pot holes therefore I suggest the following.
From the Washington roundabout take the A 283 for 0.7 mls At the sign for Sullington turn Right down Hampers Lane for 0.4 mls, then turn right on to sanctuary lane. After 0.2 mls turn right at the T junction Georges lane, follow for 0.15 mls car park on left.
Also According to my iPhone this walk is in fact 7.2 mls, not 6 as stated. however there are only about 3…Continue
Added by Keith Fox on April 29, 2019 at 15:28 — No Comments
In May, I am taking part in a 100-mile Hike around the Isle of Man to raise money for Maternity Worldwide because no woman should die giving birth.
To find out more about the charity, please visit www.maternityworldwide.org
To donate please visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/isabel-hunt-1
It costs around £15 to ensure access for a safe delivery for a mother…Continue
Added by Isabel Hunt on April 21, 2019 at 13:54 — No Comments
I've just added five photos taken by Janice in and around Church Stretton on our recent group visit there.
Added by Stuart Ellis on April 14, 2019 at 14:00 — No Comments
This is a 4 mile circular walk designed for new walkers or the not so fit it is easy paced flat walk starting at 2-30 p.m with a local meeting point at Preston Park Station at 2-00 p.m. I have been told that there is a definite need for short walks but to date there has been little support. Therefore this is the testing time either use it or lose it.
Peter Jarman Walk Leader
Added by Peter John Jarman on April 5, 2019 at 22:37 — No Comments
Just to advise that if you are coming on my walk on 28th April and would like lunch at the Halfway House then this needs to be pre-booked ASAP and by end of Sunday 14th April at the latest. The menu has been posted on the Meetup site (www.meetup.com/BAHR-30s-50s-Walking-Group/photos/29843014/479996616/) - or if you send me a message…Continue
Added by Colin Sefton on April 1, 2019 at 8:30 — No Comments
Today, Thursday 14 March, we were joined on the walk by 8 professional fund raisers who have been engaged by Ramblers Head Office.They are based in Brighton and asked if they could join a walk to get a feel about what we do on the ground. They chose this walk. Although the weather was very blustery we had no rain only mud. They fully engaged in the walk and asked me to thank you all for being such a friendly and interesting group and to tell you how much they enjoyed walking with you. thank…Continue
Please note that to join this walk you should catch the bus No. 12A leaving Brighton Churchill Square Stop E at 9.35
Added by Peter Sanders on March 12, 2019 at 17:19 — No Comments
For those of you that don't know this is a great app you can download to show you where you can fill up your water bottle. Great for walkers! :)
Added by Tracy Evans on March 2, 2019 at 12:30 — No Comments
Sussex Area Ramblers has informed us of this consultation taking place this weekend. Details are attached. Truleigh Hill and its surroundings is an area we regularly walk in so good to know that the South Downs National Parks Authority is engaged with the local community about plans for the future.
Please note that shuttle buses will be running from the junction of Mill Hill and Erringham Road, Shoreham by Sea up to Truleigh Hill YHA and…Continue
Added by Stuart Ellis on February 27, 2019 at 12:49 — No Comments
This walk which is designed for the not so fit walker is 4miles in length and will be slow in pace with no hills. We meet locally at Preston Park Station East side at 13-45 and then travel to the walk start which occurs at 14-30. If you wish to go straight to the walk start please ring the Leader before 13-00 on the day of the walk.
Walk Leader Peter Jarman 01273 541206
Added by Peter John Jarman on February 20, 2019 at 17:25 — No Comments
Added by Stuart Ellis on January 27, 2019 at 13:09 — No Comments
All aboard the Nutbourne Express this Saturday. Train departing Brighton 9:04 ! I pre walked our route on New Years Day and there was a distinct lack of mud! Don't be put off by the distance because this walk has very gentle ascents, not too many stiles and generally good surfaces. You may wish to bring sandwiches or check out the menu at the Barley Mow Walderton before so we can pre-order any food to avoid delays at the bar!
Added by Peter Hodd on January 16, 2019 at 21:20 — No Comments
For those coming on this walk we will be catching the 09.32 train from Brighton to Ford /not 09.28 as stated in walks programme (new timetable).
Added by Keith Fox on January 15, 2019 at 15:17 — No Comments
Please join us for a hilly circular walk from East Dean, via Beachy Head and Eastbourne Seafront, returning inland over the Downs. It is one of our favourite downland walks in East Sussex, with wonderful views along the coast and over Eastbourne on a clear day. The route is scenically varied and includes a few short sections of the South Downs Way and Wealdway.
Lunch will be in the Carlisle Road area of Eastbourne or by the Wish Tower overlooking the promenade and the sea. There are…Continue
Added by Chris Goodyear on January 2, 2019 at 10:30 — No Comments
It looks like we will enjoy a break from the rain on Thursday with some welcome sunshine, but who knows. Having walked the route on Sunday after a day of rain, the ground was starting to turn muddy with a few standing puddles. To try and avoid slippery slopes I have decided to reverse the walk which means a couple of steep inclines around the third quarter of the route, but you will enjoy a downhill finish. Hiking poles are recommended.
As the Frankland Arms, Washington is now closed…Continue
Added by Graham Baker on December 18, 2018 at 19:18 — No Comments