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September 2017 Announcements (8)

Ditchling Beacon and Saddlescombe Circular - 1st October 2017 11 miles starts at 10.45am

The weather forecast isn't great and there will be mud! A circular walk via the Sussex border path, with a tea stop at the Chattri Memorial and lunch / picnic at the Wildflour Café at Saddlescombe Farm (after ca. 6.5 miles). Return to Ditchling Beacon via Pyecombe and the Jack and Jill windmills. There is a fair amount of up and down involved. Good boots and waterproofs will help no end! 

Car parking limited. Accessible by public transport: Bus 79 from Brighton Station stop D…


Added by Tracy Evans on September 30, 2017 at 19:50 — No Comments

Sunday 1st October: Eastbourne & Lewes Walk Fest 2017: Hidden in Plain Sight

This is the BAHR offering for the this year's Eastbourne & Lewes Walk Fest with the theme of exploring Lewes's rich history stretching back to Norman times and taking in some of great views over the Ouse valley. The walk is a figure-of-eight stopping in Lewes for lunch so ideal for those who want to only do the morning section which is 7 miles. A few good…


Added by Stuart Ellis on September 27, 2017 at 11:39 — No Comments

Walk with Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP

We have a special walk in Woodingdean this Saturday (30 November) when Lloyd Russell-Moyle, the new MP for Kemptown, will be our guest.  Start time is 10.15 at the corner of Falmer Road and Bexhill Road (or 9.30 at Preston Park station).  Come and join us for a beautiful five mile Downland walk and a chance to chat with our newest local MP.  More details in the walks programme.

Added by Mike Bates on September 26, 2017 at 15:22 — No Comments

Christmas Lunch

This year's BAHR Christmas Lunch will take place on Thursday 14 December, starting with drinks at 12.30, at the Jury's Inn, Brighton seafront.  Cost £20 per head for a three course buffet, with lots of choices, plus tea/coffee and mince pies, and inclusive of tip.  Please book your place as soon as possible with Anthony on 07854 744462 or anthony@dansnet.com

As usual, the lunch will be preceded by a walk.  Details to follow on…


Added by Mike Bates on September 24, 2017 at 18:40 — No Comments

Update 30's-50's Lewes, Southease and Glynde Circular 24th September 2017

Following the new walk leader planning meeting I felt my walk could do with further description!

The first 8 miles are before the lunch stop, the river does have a tendency to get a bit muddy but was mostly dry on Saturday. There is a steep ascent after southease and and steep descent off the South Downs towards Glynde, this is uneven under foot. We have to cross the A27 to get to the village.

After lunch there is a steep steady ascent followed by undulating paths to the golf… Continue

Added by Ziggy Togni on September 18, 2017 at 10:33 — No Comments

Reminder: 30s–50s Ashdown Forest, Fairwarp and Heron’s Ghyll Circular – Sunday 17th September 2017

Please join us for an attractive 11 mile circular walk through the south eastern area of the Ashdown Forest. On a clear day, there are some excellent views over the Sussex countryside from the higher sections of our route.

The walk begins at 10.30am from the…


Added by Chris Goodyear on September 12, 2017 at 12:30 — No Comments


Thank you for supporting today's walk and the local charity. 

Added by barbara fitzgibbons on September 7, 2017 at 17:37 — No Comments

30s-50s East Dean to Alfriston and Exceat Sunday (3rd September) - updated times

I've just realised that the bus times I had been sent were for the winter timetable, so I have updated on the Ramblers website to the new times (depart / arrive 25 minutes later; walk start changed from 10.30 to 10.45 / when bus arrives).  Weather forecast at the moment dry and cloudy / 17 degrees.  Hopefully see lots of you there :)

Added by Colin Sefton on September 1, 2017 at 12:42 — No Comments

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