This Sunday's 40s / 50s walk is led by Robin Cooper-Hannan.
Departure from Hassocks Railway Station at 10:30 am. Meet by Hassocks Hotel Pub, BN6 8HN, adjacent to the station. There is a train leaving Brighton at 10:14 am. The walk leader is going directly to the departure point.
From Hassocks we head for Wolstonbury Hill and make for the summit via the eastern slope and descend via the western slope (slippery in parts, consider a walking pole). We continue to the tea barn at…Continue
A linear walk from Brighton to Lewes with a lunch stop at the Juggs. Plenty of time in Lewes afterwards if anyone fancies a drink/tea and cake. Train back from Lewes to Brighton. There does not seem to be any engineering works which is good.
Meet at the Level at 10am.
Hope to see you there. Any questions, please let me know - 07941 146 137.
Added by Claire Phillips on November 29, 2011 at 16:23 — No Comments
Just uploaded a few pics from our great 'sunny' walk last Sunday 20th Nov.
Added by Richard Kelly (Dickie) on November 24, 2011 at 10:18 — No Comments
Duncan. Perfectly timed walk today from Alfriston the weather being very kind to us again. Spotted heaps of mushrooms along the way and I now know what a badger sett looks like. A few jokes along the way,some funnier than others. You know who you are :-). Great day guys and hope to see you all soon. InkaContinue
Added by Inka Piergies on November 20, 2011 at 16:45 — No Comments
PLEASE NOTE This walk is not linear as described in the programme its circular, starting from and returning to Polegate Stn.
Should anyone wish to make it linear by dropping out in East Dean, 7 miles into the walk at lunch time. That would be fine, provided the leader is clearly told.
Having now run the cotton over the route for Sunday im afraid it is nearer to 12 miles than 10. This being the case im afraid in these days of deminishing light, the lunch stop in East Dean will probably need to be reduced to 30mins. This provides plenty of time for either a picnic lunch, food in the hikers cafe…Continue
Meet at the East side of Preston Park Station at 9.30 for this Thursday's walk. It will go from the car park at Arlington Reservoir, charge for parking, circle the reservoir and then to Arlington, past Michelham Priory and through Upper Dicker.
As usual there will be the opportunity for a post walk drink at one of the local pubs.
Please let me know if you plan to go straight to the start.
Added by Cathy Brown on November 14, 2011 at 22:46 — No Comments
Just to let you know we will shortly have just over 50 people signed up for this (given one or two deposits arriving!)
Pelham House haven't got unlimited capacity, so if you would like to come along please let me know ASAP.
The details are on the events page .. :-)
Added by Clive Holt on November 12, 2011 at 12:10 — No Comments
Reminder of this 7 mile bus walk on Saturday 12th November in the High Weald of Sussex.
Meet the leader at Old Steine Bus Stop F at 9-40am. Bus departure 9-50am.
We will walk to Groombridge via Birchden in the morning with the option of pub lunch at the Junction or a picnic in an adjacent sports ground. The afternoon walk is to Crowborough via Motts…Continue
Added by Peter John Jarman on November 9, 2011 at 15:39 — No Comments
We're just north of Lewes this week for a relatively flat but scenic 8 mile walk including Isfield.
There are a few muddy patches so boots are advisable!
For those going directly to the start point, we'll be starting from the car park just outside Barcombe Mills at around 10.30. Map/grid ref in link below. If driving from Brighton take the A26 out of Lewes. Turn left signposted Barcombe (just before garage) and then after a mile or so into car park on right…Continue
Living Streets, would like to invite you to a public meeting on "Making Brighton and Hove A Walkable* City."
Date: 7.30pm, Monday 28th November.
Place: Function Room, The Lord Nelson Inn, 36 Trafalgar Street, BN1 4ED (close to Brighton Station)
Please do come along and join in the debate at what promises to be a very interesting evening, where our confirmed speakers are:
Added by viv caisey on November 8, 2011 at 17:22 — No Comments
Hello again - if you're thinking of or in the process of changing career or the way you work, you may be interested in this event on personal branding with John Purkiss (co-author of 'Brand You')
Tuesday Nov 8th 7-9pm at the Marlborough Theatre - a personal branding workshop and networking event from the Fulfilling Work Meet Up group. £6 in advance, £7 on the door.Continue
Added by Karen Macmillan on November 7, 2011 at 20:32 — No Comments
I run Philosophy in Pubs in the city. We meet on the second sunday of every month at the Palmeira Pub, Cromwell Road, Hove. Next Sunday , 13th November we will be discussing: 'Are we wiser than our ancestors'.
PIPs are a group of people who enjoy discussinng their ideas and thoughts and learning from each other. No academic or formal background is necessary, only a passion for enquiry. Please refer to our website…Continue
Dave Winnard is leading this walk. Update from him.....
This Sunday's 20s to 40s walk is approximately 10 miles and starts at Balcombe train station at 10.30 a.m.
The morning walk is about 6 miles through farmland and woodland, passing through the grounds of Wakehurst Place and then lunch at Ardingly (pub…
Added by Andrew Farquharson on October 28, 2011 at 22:23 — No Comments
Covers most items. They are a bit expensive to start off with but 25% off makes good value. I just got some gortex Berghaus walking boots for £64.... not bad!
Offer ends 31/10/11
Added by Nick Malyon on October 26, 2011 at 15:30 — No Comments
Places are still available for the YH weekend on the 17-19th Feb. We have the whole YH to ourselves and a pub next door that does great grub. If you would like to come email me at
Please make sure you have replied by November 4th. This will not commit you to going.
does anyone know a free website to convert the grid references to post code or just to be able to view where the grid references are on a map as I have no clue how to find the start of the walks.
Added by Nick Malyon on October 21, 2011 at 18:20 — No Comments