Latest Walk: Turner Hill Circular

The walk leader Peter supplied the following report for today’s walk:

6 of us met in the newish car park opposite the parade of shops in Crawley Down, first heading south to Selsfield Common, then across fields and down a long farm track passing an old man made pond (much like many Sussex hammer ponds!). We then walked up a lane, very little traffic, before taking a path to the left and going through part of the Worth School estate. Then using an old foresters track I have always known as the Red Road we got to the Worth Way for the final part to get back to Crawley Down and the cars.

Many thanks to Peter for leading the walk. If you attended and would like to leave a comment, feel free to do so.

2 thoughts on “Latest Walk: Turner Hill Circular”

  1. Thanks peter. Good area virgin territory for me and interesting to see your old school. Mention must go to pt attempt to terrorise cyclists on the path. He has a turn of speed that mut. Clever technique he used in not being caught in the spokes. Pollution levels today were high in case anyone is interested.

  2. Good choice Peter, to explore Crawley Down and area as SYW has never been there as far as i am aware. Well navigated and good use of local knowledge. Very enjoyable. Thanks for the lift from Haywards Heath.

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