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Brighton and Hove Ramblers is a local walking and social group and is part of the national Ramblers. We offer a range of walks each week and anyone with the appropriate level of fitness is welcome on any walk.

Details of our walks are in our Public Walks Programme. If you're thinking about joining us, please see our About Us section.

We meet centrally in Brighton, for the walks on Sundays and Wednesday evenings, usually at the south end of Preston Park, near to the Rose Garden (click here for map) and for the walks on Thursdays and Saturdays usually at the east side of Preston Park Station (click here for map) and share cars from there to the starting point of the walk.

If you have a car we ask you to bring it. If you don't have your own transport then there may be space offered by other car owning members of the group. This is on a first come first served basis and a lift cannot be guaranteed. (For the Sunday and Wednesday evening walks, it would be helpful if you could also please visit our Meetup website and post a comment on the relevant walk if you are able to offer or would like a lift, including offers to car share from other locations).  Travel expenses are divided equally between the driver and the passengers, with the rate currently being 30p per mile.

Many of our Sunday walks and occasionally some of the other walks are accessible by bus or train from Brighton and do not require the use of cars. All walks with a public transport option can be found by going to our walks programme and checking the 'no car needed' box under the 'suitability' tab. Click on the title of the walk for precise information regarding the meeting and starting points.

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Nature walk: Green-winged orchids, Bluebells and Damsel' & Dragonflies. Tuesday 27 April 2021

​This is a delightful walk of 4.6 miles starting from near All Saints church in Church Lane, Danehill, grid reference TQ402274,    Park in Church Road (click link for map). Seeing native orchids, damselflies perhaps, and bluebell woods with great views to the South Downs, the route is Tanyard…See More
Apr 25
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2 miles walk around the beautiful Cowdray Forest: 2 places currently free for Wednesday 21 April

Lmited to six people this is a lovely two miles, one hour walk through the "permissive walking" Cowdray Forest. One place left as of 14:00hr 20 April.Email peter.lovett@gmail.com if interested to join, meet 10:45, leave 10:59hr.TQ306330 is the parking place 200 yards from the junction of B2110 (handcross road) and B2036 (north of Balcombe 250 yards before the Cowdray Arms pub: NOT the layby near Balcombe church)140 metres of ascent and descent: so a good work out despite the short distance.The…See More
Apr 19
Announcement by Stuart Ellis

Patrick Taylor

I have been informed that Patrick Taylor passed away on 1st March 2021. Up until recently Patrick was a regular Thursday walker and will be much missed for his humour and charm. His funeral service will be on Tuesday 6th April at 2 pm and you can join online. Full details of the online service and donations are available here: …See More
Mar 30
Announcement by Graham Baker

Peter Lovett Nature Walk this Tuesday 30th March

The weather forecast for Tuesday is beautiful and the flowers should be too.Peter has volunteered to lead a leisurely walk to enjoy some bluebells, selfheal, cowslips, violets, celandines, etc., solitary bees and bumblebees, brimstones and the other overwintering butterflies and moths.  No orchid flowers yet although one might find some orchid leaves as rosettes. Migrant birds are here now too: perhaps a wheatear or two might be seen.If you wish to join him please see the entry in the Public…See More
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