Please join us for a 10.5 mile circular walk around the coastal town of Seaford. Highlights include the interesting lost village of Tide Mills, Seaford Head, Hope Gap, and the iconic view of the Seven Sisters from the old Fisherman’s cottages above Cuckmere Haven. The initial section along the length of the seafront promenade is flat, but then we climb steeply and the remainder of the route also has hills, with around 1750 feet of ascent / descent in total.
Lunch will be in the centre…Continue
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It's March so it must be Christmas! We've had a great deal from The Hilton Brighton Metropole to host this year's Christmas Lunch on Thursday 13th December (time to be confirmed) in their splendid belle epoque 1890 restaurant, overlooking the…Continue
Sussex Community NHS Trust will be hosting a Wellbeing@Work Festival on Tuesday 1st May (12-3 pm) at Brighton General Hospital. The festival is to encourage NHS staff to make healthier choices for their physical and mental well-being and BAHR will be participating to promote walking, our group and, of course, the national Ramblers.
If you are a current or former NHS employee it would be great to have you along sharing your experiences. If you are interested please contact Wendy Tidman…Continue
Added by Stuart Ellis on March 23, 2018 at 13:01 — No Comments
Eastbourne Council and Lewes Council are, once again, putting on the Eastbourne and Lewes Walk Fest. Some of our members live in these areas and walk with us so it would be good for BAHR to support this initiative which is getting more popular each year. If you would like to lead a walk in/around Eastbourne or Lewes please contact Desmond Anderson (…Continue
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Hello Everybody who was on Barbara's walk today and went back to her home for hot dogs.cake and drinks. We raised £118.72 pence for Fun in Action for Children. A locally based befriending charity who work with school age children from single Parent Family's.
Thank you all and a BIG thank you to Barbara for supplying all the grub and booze, it was great and you are a STAR !!!!!!!!!!!!
Added by Joy Constantin on March 8, 2018 at 17:28 — No Comments
The snow has gone and temperatures are forecast to be in double figures for this walk. We may need waterproofs but cafes and pubs are never far away. Meet at 8:50 at Brighton station coffee stand or at Southampton Central North Side at 10:40. Please text leader Pete H 0790 8831265 if you are coming but not meeting us at Brighton. Guide dogs only.
Added by Peter Hodd on March 7, 2018 at 15:37 — No Comments
Hi Fellow Ramblers!!
I just want to flag up the following, in case you missed them in the latest edition of Sussex Rambler.
VOTE FOR HASTINGS
As you may know, the Ramblers has launched a competition to find Britain’s Best Walking Neighbourhood - and Hastings Old Town is on the final shortlist. You can find a promotional video and vote…Continue
Added by Geoff Cook on March 6, 2018 at 18:07 — No Comments
Hello Thursday Walkers ,
Diana led a really enjoyable 5 mile winter wonderland walk today around the perimeter of Stammer Park today . Trouble was Carol and I where the only ones to turn up! The A27 was clear as a bell, no ice and hardly any traffic. Thank you for going ahead with the walk Diana ,we thought it was the best walk in ages ,so beautiful with the snow and the wind in the trees.
Added by Joy Constantin on March 1, 2018 at 18:40 — No Comments
Due to the fact heavy snow and winds are forecast for tomorrow I think the Bo Peep Car Park will be too dangerous so this walk is cancelled. Weather permitting I will lead a local walk instead, if you are interested please come to Preston Park or ring me in the morning using the number on the programme.
Just a request for those attending this walk. There is a small car park in Fletching which may only have limited space. If possible please come to Preston Park Station at 9-30 so that we can arrange for the fewest cars to travel. If you have a full car by all means go direct.
Peter Jarman - Walk Leader
Added by Peter John Jarman on February 19, 2018 at 12:33 — No Comments
Interesting article from the BBC regarding magnets in clothing effecting compass readings.
Added by Richard H on February 15, 2018 at 14:47 — No Comments
Hi everybody, the forecast is good (at the moment), who knows, even the mud may have dried up.
This walk starts and finishes early to allow everyone to either go to the Albion Cup game (starts at 3) or to escape the bedlam in good time! Be aware that there has been some fairly crazy match-day parking at Wild Park, so you may want to consider your getaway if parking there!
In view of recent discussions, this is an assistance dog (and Humans) walk only.
Added by Peter Hodd on February 13, 2018 at 11:00 — No Comments
The national ramblers web site is very positive about dogs on ramblers walks. In the group walks section it says
We know that many people enjoy walking with their four-legged friends, so we encourage all our walking groups to allow dogs on walks. Registered Assistance Dogs are allowed on any walk."
It is disappointing to see that Brighton and Hove Ramblers is further discouraging dogs and their humans from walking with the group by increasing the…
Two messages for the walk on Saturday first off the start time for the walk is wrong it should be 10.15. Thanks to Jules for spotting it and apologies from me for not spotting it.
Message number two is can anyone confirm they are bringing a car to Preston Park on Saturday morning so I can be sure of a lift (public transport to Alfriston is a bit of a pain) and Jules is also hoping to get a lift there.
Weather's looking ok but there will be some mud.
Due to very muddy conditions around Ditchling I have modified the route to avoid Ditchling and make The Half Moon at Plumpton our lunchtime stop. Distance is now 12 rather than 11 miles. All other details remain unchanged but please check beforehand.
Hope to see you on Sunday!
Added by Stuart Ellis on February 5, 2018 at 12:07 — No Comments
Join me this Saturday for a varied 9-10 mile walk with stunning views - starting in old Shoreham, climbing onto the downs via Mill Hill and heading north to Beeding Hill before dropping down into Upper Beeding for a pub lunch at the Kings Head. Returning to Shoreham along the west bank of the River Adur and the Shoreham Toll Bridge. Very hilly pre-lunch; flat and likely to be muddy after lunch.
We are meeting at the Red Lion pub in Shoreham at 10am. The No. 2 bus…Continue
Added by Carole Claridge on February 1, 2018 at 20:55 — No Comments
Please join us on our walk this Sunday.
The weather is forecast to be reasonable this Sunday with no rain although under foot it may be muddy so please bring appropriate walking boots and poles if need be.
This is a circular walk from Falmer Station via Falmer Pond to Lewes and back to Falmer by a different route.
There are fantastic views of the Sussex Downs. If you prefer to walk one way there are frequent trains from Lewes back to Falmer and Brighton.
Added by Tony Mercer on February 1, 2018 at 8:41 — 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 walks in 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 several…Continue
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