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Hi,

 

I work for a small Brighton charity that supports adults with high functioning Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome called ASSERT. As part of my role, once a month I put on supported walks for my client’s to attend. The idea is to help clients increase their health and well-being and have a chance to socialise.

 

I only moved to Brighton in March and so do not have a very good local knowledge.  I was wondering if you could give me some support of places that are nice to go for easy walks that would take an average walker about an hour to do. The other problem I have is, knowing points near the walk that would make a good meeting point.

 

If any of your members would like to volunteer with supporting us on the walks we would very much appreciate it. We would give them training on Autism and put them through a CRB, provide their travel costs and buy them refreshment on the walk.

 

I look forward to hearing from you,

 

Kind regards,

 

Catherine 

Catherine Life Skills Coordinator  <lifeskills@assertbh.org.uk>

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Comment by Jodie Baker on September 12, 2013 at 17:31

The under-cliff walk takes about an hour, is completely flat and has lovely views of the sea. It starts at Brighton Marina and finishes at Saltdean so plenty of easy places to meet people, food and drink etc.

http://www.thisbrighton.co.uk/cultureundercliff.htm

http://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/content/environment/coastal-defence...

Your only concern might be that when the weather is bad there is some danger from the waves and also from rocks falling on your head from the cliff... but the council do reassure us they are stabilising them!

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