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Stuart Ellis's Announcements (29)

New walk leaders planning meeting - Thursday 14th September @ 7.30pm

A reminder that the New Walk Leaders Planning Meeting is just 2 weeks away so still time to register your interest to come along and find out from current walk leaders what it takes to lead a walk. It will be an informative evening but also a lot of fun helped along with food and refreshments.…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on August 30, 2017 at 13:26 — 2 Comments

New walk leaders planning meeting - Thursday 14th September

Ever thought about leading a Ramblers walk? Not quite sure what it involves? Worried about getting lost? Need a bit of support with leading your first walk? Join us for an evening of fun walk planning with refreshments, courtesy of BAHR, on Thursday 14th September 2017 7.30-9.30pm at The Stoneham…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on July 10, 2017 at 12:29 — 5 Comments

30s-50s Hassocks and Saddlecombe circular - Sunday 29th May 2016

This week's walk is 10.5 miles and explores 2 wonderful hills - Wolstonbury and Newtimber - both of which are managed by the National Trust. Some climbing is involved (these are hills!) but I can guarantee you some magnificent panoramic views and interesting chalkland wildlife, including…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on May 25, 2016 at 13:00 — No Comments

Hidden in Plain Sight: Exploring Brighton & Hove's parks and hidden open spaces - Sunday 20th March 2016

This walk explores some of the great treasures of Brighton & Hove - its parks, nature reserves and open spaces. Some will be familiar with some of them but there will be others, 'hidden in plain sight', which may surprise you! In all we will visit more than 10 parks and open spaces…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on March 16, 2016 at 9:00 — No Comments

30s-50s Newhaven and Berwick Circular - Sunday 31st January 2016 - 11.5 miles

We're heading up to the hills to try and avoid the mud! Mainly dry on the Downs but 'damp' when we descend into Alciston and Berwick so waterproof footwear de rigeur! Several steepish climbs - you have been warned. Lunch at the Cricketers Arms (Berwick) where I have booked a table for 10 -…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on January 22, 2016 at 12:00 — 7 Comments

2015 Xmas Dinner Party - souvenirs of a fun evening!

MANY THANKS TO LIZ FOR ORGANISING THIS!

Added by Stuart Ellis on December 9, 2015 at 12:05 — No Comments

30s-50s Lewes, Offham Hill and Malling Down - Sunday 29th November 2015

THIS WALK REPLACES THE BURGESS HILL - PLUMPTON WALK.

Due to waterlogged conditions around Burgess Hill I have changed the walk to one on higher ground around Lewes!

In the morning we head for Offham Hill with…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on November 25, 2015 at 14:30 — 2 Comments

30s-50s Goring - Findon Circular: Sunday 18th October - Flying Saucers, Flint & Findon

This week we start at sea-level at Goring-by-Sea and climb 400 ft. to the Downs with magnificent views to the sea before descending to the charming village of Findon for lunch. There is a choice of 2 pubs or picnic on the village green. After lunch we head for Clapham village passing by Findon Manor and…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on October 15, 2015 at 12:00 — No Comments

WATERWORLD: 30s-50s Wivelsfield to Cuckfield circular - Sunday 30th August 2015

This week's walk takes us through the low-lying area between Wivelsfield and Cuckfield; a region full of streams, brooks, footbridges and, of course, water-loving wildlife. In the winter this area is often flooded and always muddy but in the summer a real delight, easy-going and only 10 miles!…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on August 27, 2015 at 12:00 — No Comments

Join the Ramblers Assoc. Big Pathwatch initiative

Some of you may know that The Ramblers Association has launched an initiative to walk and note every footpath in the country. It has the catchy title Big Pathwatch! The aims behind this are:

  1. Identify obstructions, broken fences, stiles etc. so they can get fixed,
  2. Note any interesting features such as great views, wildlife, flora and fauna,
  3. Make sure that all footpaths & Rights of Way are on the Definitive Map. This is really important as it will be 'closed'…
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Added by Stuart Ellis on August 27, 2015 at 11:15 — 1 Comment

30s-50s Hassocks and Saddlecombe circular - Sunday 19th July

This week's walk explores 2 wonderful hills - Wolstonbury and Newtimber - both of which are managed by the National Trust. Some climbing is involved (these are hills!) but I can guarantee you some magnificent panoramic views and interesting chalkland wildlife, including butterflies. You'll be up…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on July 16, 2015 at 12:30 — No Comments

Hidden in Plain Sight: Exploring Brighton & Hove's parks and hidden open spaces - Sunday 31st May

This walk explores some of the great treasures of Brighton & Hove; its parks, nature reserves and open spaces. Some you will be familiar with but there will be others, 'hidden in plain sight', which may surprise you! In all we will visit more than 10 parks and open spaces starting in the west at…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on May 28, 2015 at 12:00 — No Comments

30s-50s Lewes - Offham circular: Sunday 17th May

FILLIES, FUNICULARS, FOUNDERS AND TUDOR COCKTAIL HOUR

This week's walk starts on the Downs and takes us, via the old Lewes Race Course and a steep climb, to Offham Hill which is rewarded with stunning views over the Ouse valley. We descend to Offham village for…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on May 14, 2015 at 12:30 — No Comments

30s-50s Rottingdean figure-of-eight walk - Sunday 1st March

This is a gentle figure-of-eight walk with each circuit of approximately 6 miles. In the morning we head east onto the Downs returning to Rottingdean for lunch at the Plough Inn, picnic on the green or local cafes/tea shops. After lunch we head west towards Ovingdean with its lovely Anglo-Saxon Church…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on February 26, 2015 at 12:00 — No Comments

Sunday 11th January - Exceat to Milton Street circular

Lullington Heath Nature Reserve (last remaining chalk heath in UK), the Long Man and White Horse (see the only 2 chalk figures in Sussex on the same day!), breath-taking views from the Downs, Wilmington Priory and 12th century church with its 1600 year old Yew tree (above picture), Alfriston from the…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on January 8, 2015 at 12:00 — 3 Comments

Xmas Dinner

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.

http://bahr.org.uk/photo/albums/2014-xmas-dinner

Added by Stuart Ellis on December 11, 2014 at 10:00 — No Comments

Sunday 30th November: 30s-50s Goring-Angmering circular

Nice varied walk starting at Goring station and on to Patching via Highdown Hill with great views to the North Downs and coast, iron-age fort and Miller's Tomb (above). From Patching we head for Angmering via the windmill and lunch at the Spotted Cow. Manor Nurseries Garden Centre cafe is available opposite. After lunch we descend to the beach at Kingston Gorse where Pete Townsend…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on November 28, 2014 at 9:00 — No Comments

WALKING TRIP TO PARIS/ILE DE FRANCE – 10 JULY TO 17 JULY 2015

Please read the attached file for full details and costs. I need a minimum of 15 to get this off the ground and I'm setting a maximum of 20 for logistical reasons. Please note that this is a walking holiday with some sight-seeing and not the other way round :)

Please let me know by 23rd…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on October 28, 2014 at 17:36 — 2 Comments

Storrington walk on Sunday 19th October - car share

If anyone is planning to bring their car to The Level please let me know as I'd be grateful for a lift. Cheers.

Added by Stuart Ellis on October 17, 2014 at 9:29 — 2 Comments

Hassocks-Hurstpierpoint circular - Sunday 14th September

So far the forecast looks good for Sunday so a fair chance of great views from Wolstonbury Hill! This is the only climb on the walk but well worth the effort....trust me! Meeting place is Brighton Train Station to catch 10:17 arriving at Hassocks at 10:37. Return fare is £4.60. The walk will depart at 10:45 from the east side of Hassocks station. Parking available on both sides of the…

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Added by Stuart Ellis on September 10, 2014 at 9:12 — No Comments

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