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.
If you were on the walk and would like to comment, feel free to do so.
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.
Today’s walk was “Beyond Burgess Hill”, led by Steve K. It was a circular walk (about 8 miles) west out across beautiful fields towards the A23 and back.
Unfortunately I was unable to make the walk, but if you were on it and would like to comment, feel free to do so.
Today’s walk was “Isfield Is The Way”, led by Steve K. We started and ended with a short trip on the “Lavender Line”. On the outward leg, there was excitement as the train had to stop for a branch on the line! The walk through the countryside around Isfield was very enjoyable, especially as the weather was good today.
Many thanks to Steve for leading the walk. If you attended and would like to comment, feel free to do so!
Today’s walk “Chailey Commons North & Sheffield Parkland” was Aharon’s first for the group and was an enjoyable ramble in warm conditions. It was a circular starting at Red House Common, heading north through Waspbourne “Wowo” Woods and Sheffield Parkland. We returned alongside the River Ouse and Lane End Common.
Many thanks to Aharon for leading the walk. If you attended and would like to comment, feel free to do so.