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Sunday 16th June 2024: The Breathtaking Berwick Walk

The Breathtaking Berwick Walk will take place at 2pm on Sunday 16th June, led by Steve.

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Description:

From Berwick we will do a circular walk over to Alfriston. We will return along the ridge of the South Downs to Alciston and back throught the fields to Berwick where we can take refreshments in the pub garden at the end of the walk.

Time:

2pm on Sunday 16th June

Walk Leader:

Steve

Length:

6-7 miles

Gradient:

Moderate

Transport:

Car: Via A27

Train: To Berwick Station + 25 minute walk. With a bit of notice, we can probably arrange a lift from the station to the starting point.

Meeting Point:

Meet 2pm outside the Cricketers pub

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Sunday 2nd June 2024: The Seaford Saunter

The Seaford Saunter will take place at 2pm on Sunday 2nd June, led by Andrew.

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Description:

From Hill Rise we head through the historic and picturesque Bishopstone, across Grand Avenue and Chalvington Field before heading inland towards Seaford Golf Course. We return via New Barn to finish with our usual refreshments.

Time:

2pm on Sunday 2nd June

Walk Leader:

Andrew

Length:

6.25 miles

Gradient:

Moderate – mostly flat.

Transport:

Car: Via A259

Bus: 12 / 12A to the Hill Rise Stop

Train: To Bishopstone station, then walk down the station approach.

Meeting Point:

Meet at the junction of the A259 and Hill Rise in Seaford.

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Sunday 28th January 2024: The Bush & Bottom Walk

The Bush & Bottom Walk will take place at 1pm on Sunday 28th January, led by Andrew.

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Description:

A lovely winter’s walk, heading up along the stunning clifftops of the Seven Sisters before we head inland via Crowlink to Friston Pond. From there we make our way through Friston Forest to the picturesque village of Westdean, finishing with (optional) drinks at the Cuckmere Inn.

Time:

1pm on Sunday 28th January

Walk Leader:

Andrew

Length:

6.3 miles

Gradient:

Moderate + several steep hills.

Transport:

Car: Via A259. Park in either of the 2 pay-and-display car parks (cost = £4.50). See details.

Bus: Number 12

Meeting Point:

On the little triangular green on the coast side of the road opposite the Seven Sisters Country Park Visitor Centre.

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Tuesday 2nd July 2024: Seaford Social

Description:

Our regular Seaford social on the first Tuesday of the month for a drink and a natter.

All LGBTQ+ people from near or far are welcome.

You are welcome to just turn up on the night. We are also available via the Contact Us page if you wish to get in touch with us.

Time:

8pm on Tuesday 2nd July

Location:

The Old Boot Inn, Seaford. In the unlikely event this venue is closed on the night, we will move to The Old Plough round the corner.

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Sunday 19th May 2024: Delights of Ditchling Walk

The Delights of Ditchling Walk will take place at 2pm on Sunday 19th May, led by Gary.

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Description:

We first head through complicated pathways past posh houses, Village Greens, Cemetery, woodland and wetlands (can be muddy) to an ancient small Saxon Church, then up a steep incline onto the South Downs Way, up past Ditchling Beacon, beautiful views before returning back down to Ditchling and a stop at the Bull Pub for a well earned drink/snack.

Time:

2pm on Sunday 19th May

Walk Leader:

Gary

Length:

7 miles

Gradient:

Moderate with one steep climb.

Transport:

Car via B2112

Meeting Point:

Meet at the entrance to the car park for Ditchling (St. Margaret’s) CE Primary and Nursery School – BN6 8TU on the Lewes Road.

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Sunday 5th May 2024: Beware the Ides of Isfield Walk

The Beware the Ides of Isfield Walk will take place at 2pm on Sunday 5th May, led by Andrew.

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Description:

From Isfield we cross the River Ouse towards Agmond Wood via Dallas Lane. We then head to Crink Hill, which is flat! Passing between the White House and the Little House takes us back towards the Ouse. After refreshments at The Anchor Inn, we head back to Isfield with a lovely riverside walk.

Time:

2pm on Sunday 5th May

Walk Leader:

Andrew

Length:

6 miles.

Gradient:

Flat.

Transport:

Car via A26.

Meeting Point:

Meet by the Lavender Line station.

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Sunday 21st April 2024: Wonders of Wilmington

The Wonders of Wilmington Walk will take place at 2pm on Sunday 21st April, led by Gary.

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Description:

We will walk towards Jevington where we can stop at the Pub there for a drink/snack, then up through the forest to rejoin the South Downs Way and then to walk under the ‘Long Man’ to return to our starting point.

Time:

2pm on Sunday 21st April

Walk Leader:

Gary

Length:

7.5 miles

Gradient:

3 moderate climbs

Transport:

Car

Meeting Point:

Meeting at the entrance to Long Man of Wilmington car park. Hopefully some spaces available in that car park, if not the small road just across from the church after driving up the small hill after driving through Wilmington, may have a couple of spaces.

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Sunday 7th April 2024: 20th Birthday Walk – When South Heighton Met Southease

The 20th Birthday Walk will take place at 2pm on Sunday 7th April, led by Andrew.

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Description:

From the meeting point outside the Hampden Arms we head straight up into the Downs towards Beddingham Hill until we intersect with the South Downs Way. We then head to Southease station, in keeping with our Birthday tradition, before returning to our starting point via the banks of the River Ouse. Refreshments towards the end at the Flying Fish.

Time:

2pm on Sunday 7th April

Walk Leader:

Andrew

Length:

7.25 miles

Gradient:

Moderate with a long shallow hill at the start.

Transport:

Car: Via A27 / A259 + A26.
Train: To Newhaven station + a 20 minute walk.
Bus: To Denton corner + a 10 minute walk.

Meeting Point:

Meet by the Hampden Arms in South Heighton. Park on the streets nearby.

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Sunday 24th March 2024: Exploring the Chailey Commons Walk

The Exploring the Chailey Commons Walk will take place at 2pm on Sunday 24th March, led by Gary.

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Description:

Gentle hills up and down over several ‘Commons’ in delightful countryside. No pub or tea stops but we could go to the pub in Chailey after for a drink.

Time:

2pm on Sunday 24th March

Walk Leader:

Gary

Length:

5.5 – 6 miles

Gradient:

Moderate – gentle hills up and down.

Transport:

Car via A27 / A275.

Meeting Point:

Meet at a small area off the road leading to Sheffield Park off of the A272, first turn left after the mini-roundabout coming into North Chailey either from Lewes or from Haywards Heath direction. After turning onto the Sheffield Park Road A275 about 30metres/yards turn left down a small side road and you will see off road parking where we will start the walk.

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Sunday 3rd March 2024: Wombling Around Wannock

The Wombling Around Wannock Walk will take place at 2pm on Sunday 3rd March, led by Andrew.

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Description:

From Wannock we will head to Folkington via Cranedown Bottom, then head up to the South Downs Way, which we follow to Jevington to stop for some refreshments at the Eight Bells. We return to our starting point across the hills with beautiful views in all directions.

Time:

2pm on Sunday 3rd March

Walk Leader:

Andrew

Length:

6.3 miles

Gradient:

Moderate, with a couple of step hills.

Transport:

Car – via A27/A259 and Jevington Road.

Train – to Polegate station, from which it is a mile to the starting point.

Meeting Point:

Junction of Jevington Road / Wannock Road / Wannock Lane

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