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April 2018 Announcements (4)

Sunday 29th April: Blatchington - Saddlecombe Circular - 10 miles

The weather forecast isn't brilliant but then not too bad either - OK in the morning and possible rain in the afternoon. It'll be muddy in parts so please come prepared with stout boots and rain gear! The lunch stop will be at the Wildflour Cafe at Saddlecombe Farm which does sandwiches, soup etc. but I strongly advise you bring a picnic lunch as there is often a queue at the weekends. Don't let the forecast put you off as it's a lovely walk and the company will more than make up for…


Added by Stuart Ellis on April 27, 2018 at 12:02 — No Comments

Extra Sunday walk April 22nd

I have arranged another walk this coming Sunday using your Bus Pass (  If you have one !!! ) It will be from the Devils Dyke Hotel to Bramber. It is approx. 6 miles  Get the 77 bus from Brighton to the Dyke arriving at 1316hrs. We will leave the Dyke at 1330hrs. After the walk we will come back to Brighton on the No 2 bus leaving Bramber at 1623hrs or 1723hrs.  We hope to have tea & cake in Bramber.  The 77 bus leaves Churchill Sq at 1252hrs & Brighton Station at 1257hrs.  I hope to…


Added by Mick Thatcher on April 20, 2018 at 14:57 — No Comments

Dorking to Reigate via The Greensand Way 14th April 2018

I walked this route on Monday and the good news is spring has reached the Surrey Hills. This really is too good a walk to miss.The scenery is wonderful, much of the walk is on well drained sand or firm tracks and we even pass a pub used in filming "4 Weddings and A Funeral." Furthermore, we have a decent forecast for Saturday.

The bad news is  the March downpours and the April showers have also done their work, so boots will be needed and poles may help if you like a…


Added by Peter Hodd on April 10, 2018 at 12:30 — No Comments

30s-50s Bishopstone, Seaford and Cuckmere Haven Circular – Sunday 8th April 2018

Please join us for a 10.5 mile circular walk around the coastal town of Seaford. Highlights include the interesting lost village of Tide Mills, Seaford Head, Hope Gap, and the iconic view of the Seven Sisters from the old Fisherman’s cottages above Cuckmere Haven. The initial section along the length of the seafront promenade is flat, but then we climb steeply and the remainder of the route also has hills, with around 1750 feet of ascent / descent in total.

Lunch will be in the centre…


Added by Chris Goodyear on April 2, 2018 at 18:30 — No Comments

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