Added by Sarah Hollingdale on January 29, 2018 at 18:36 — No Comments
Looking forward to see you on the walk on Sunday.
The route starts from Findon Valley, circumnavigating Cissbury Ring, before heading across the downs to Chanctonbury Ring for panoramic views and on to Washington for a pub lunch. The route then follows sections of the South Downs Way and the Monarchs Way, past Findon Church and Findon Place.
There will be mud and steep sections so please bring sturdy boots and poles if you need…Continue
Added by Sarah Hollingdale on January 15, 2018 at 17:55 — No Comments
Hi all, Looking forward to walking on Sunday.
I will be getting the bus from the open the bus stop at Oxford Street at the Open Market and meeting everyone at Ditchling Beacon Car Park.
These are the bus times from different stops if you are getting the bus:
Old Steine (stop U) 10.15
Brighton Station (stop D) 10.20
Open Market, Oxford Street 10.27
Fiveways, Ditchling Road 10.32
Ditchling Road, Surrenden Road 10.35
Ditchling Road,Upper Lodges…
Looking forward to seeing you all next Sunday!
The 10 mile walk starts at Beeding Hill setting out across high downland and up to the summit of Edburton Hill before a dramatic desent through Devil's Dyke to Poynings for a pub lunch at the Royal Oak. The walk returns through the lower Weald at the foot of the Downs before a final ascent back to the start of the walk.
I have booked a table for 12.30 at the Royal Oak and nine people have booked on. I am unable to…Continue
Added by Sarah Hollingdale on January 9, 2017 at 13:30 — No Comments
I am leading the Small Dole, Edburton and Bramber Circular Walk this Sunday.
The walk initially quite flat, passing through farmland and woods, but ascends very steeply onto the South Downs at Edburton. We follow the South Downs Wway along the ridge to Truleigh Hill and descend gradually with views of Adur Valley, crossing the River Adur to join the Downs Link. This path takes us on to Bramber and Upper Beeding for a pub lunch or picnic. The shorter return leg heads north…Continue
Added by Sarah Hollingdale on October 27, 2016 at 20:30 — No Comments
The Train is now leaving Brighton at 9.30 to get to Hassocks at 9.40 which is slightly later than the original date due to a change in the train time table. If you are meeting at Hassocks meet at approximately 9.40. If you are coming to Brighton and want to try and get group tickets meet outside Marks and Spencer's in the Station.
The walk is twelve miles and it is best to bring a packed lunch. The walk has a steep accent up Ditchling Beacon but is mostly downhill the…Continue
Added by Sarah Hollingdale on January 9, 2016 at 11:00 — No Comments
The Sunday Ditching Beacon Walk is still going ahead. Catch the 79 Bus at 10.20 from Brighton Station Stop A or meet us at the Beacon Car Park at 10.40.
A lovely varied walk with quite a lot of ups and downs.
Great weather forecast for Sunday!
This is a linear walk along the riverside and into the Downs. It's about 8 miles long and mostly flat, with some stiles and some short climbs. There are wide views across the Ouse valley. The paths may be muddy after rain.
I will be at Brighton Stop E from 9.30. The bus 13X leaves from Brighton Churchill Square, Stop E at 9:46.It arrives Newhaven, Lower Place at approximately 10:14 feel free to meet us there. If your going by bus a Saver ticket then you can return to Brighton on the…Continue
Added by Sarah Hollingdale on April 13, 2015 at 22:30 — No Comments
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
The Sunday walk is still going ahead. Still meeting at bus stop E at Churchhill Square at 9.30. If you get a saver ticket then you can use it to get back from Lewes by bus too.
We prewalked it last weekend and it was fine the only really muddy bit was coming into Lewes. Should be fine to do in walking boots or Wellies. I have booked the Abagaveney Pub in Rodmill for lunch.…Continue
Added by Sarah Hollingdale on February 28, 2014 at 19:25 — No Comments