Today’s walk saw Steve D return to lead an enjoyable walk, the “Staplefield Circular”. It was a circular walk with Balcombe Station car park as the start/end point. Although muddy under foot, the weather was otherwise good, so it was an enjoyable walk through the woods and fields in the area. We had lunch at the Victory Inn in Staplefield, which was excellent.
Many thanks to Steve D for leading the walk. If you were there and would like to comment, feel free to do so.
Today’s walk, Arundel Walk, was led by Sarah. The weather was pleasant for walking, although it was rather muddy under foot. There were some tough climbs, especially on the pre-lunch section. We had a good pub lunch in Arundel.
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Today’s walk took us to a different part of Sussex. Starting from and ending up at the Pagham RSPB visitor centre, it was a circular walk taking in the western shore of Pagham Harbour and RSPB Medmerry. The weather was pretty good, although it was fairly muddy under foot; fortunately we avoided the high tide at a crucial point.
Many thanks to Rob for leading the walk. If you attended and would like to comment, feel free to do so.
Today’s walk featured some pleasant weather, although it was muddy under foot. It was an enjoyable walk through the Mens nature reserve, with lunch at the Swan in Fittleworth. We passed Edward Elgar’s temporary residence, where he wrote some of his most celebrated works, on the way back.
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Today’s walk took in some well-known sights and locations on the South Downs. It was windy but generally sunny, with only a few showers. We started from and ended at the car park of the Clayton “Jack and Jill” Windmills. We made our way to the Chattri war memorial for Indian troops that died in World War One. At one point we encounted a cyclist who had a problem with a tyre. Fortunately, our team of experts were able to help him fix it!
Many thanks to Aharon for leading another nice walk. If you attended and would like to comment, feel free to do so.
Last Sunday’s walk, “Goodwood Country Park”, was a long but enjoyable ramble in the warm weather. It took in a number of things around the Goodwood area: the house, racecourse, racing circuit and airfield, and the ‘Trundle’ Neolithic Hill fort.
Many thanks to Simon for leading this enjoyable walk. If you attended and would like to comment, feel free to do so.