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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: Sussex

'The Way is fully way-marked along the 42 mile route which begins about half a mile south of Lower Beeding in West Sussex, close to the village hall. The journey passes through Slaugham, Handcross, ...
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Category Horsham

'We usually have an all-day circular walk, typically of 9 - 11 miles, every Sunday all year round and shorter half day walks on most summer Saturdays and some wint ...
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Category Sussex

'The route starts by Pevensey Castle and heads through the countryside to the 15th century Herstmonceux Castle with its moat and Elizabethan gardens. The path then continues through Ashburnham to t ...
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Category Wealden

'Download a podcast of the walk. Martyn Stenning guides you through each section, with points of interest; the history, ecology and geology of campus relayed as you go.'


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Category Brighton & Hove

'Constructed between 1973 and 1975, Bewl Water, holding 31,300 million litres of water, is the largest stretch of open water in south east England and is host to a wide variety of wildlife ...
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Category Rother

'Tilgate Park has so much to offer from stunning lakes, lawns and gardens to miles of woodland and bridleways for long leisurely walks ... Walk, ride or cycle the many trails around the ...
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Category Crawley

'As Britain’s newest National Park the South Downs offers you rolling hills, picturesque villages, ancient woodland, crystal clear rivers and the iconic Seven Sisters cliffs. Running the entire len ...
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Category Sussex

'Warnham sits in the lower Sussex Weald. The soil is composed almost entirely of heavy Wealden clay. In the winter months the footpaths around Warnham can be very wet and muddy and appropriate foot ...
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Category Horsham

'There are 20 Wealden Walks in total varying from 4 to 12 miles in length, with at least one passing through every parish ... Using over 150 miles of the existing public rights of way network, some ...
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Category Wealden

[1] Hooksway to Philliswood Down Walk - - - : [2] A Daffodil walk in West Dean Woods - - - : [3] A Stroll around Chilgrove Valley - - - : [4] Didling Downs - - - : [5] Upton Farm, Chilgrove - - - : ...
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Category Chichester

'... You'll hear stories of Shelley and William Penn; John Galsworthy and Hilaire Belloc and smile at the wonderful anecdote Bob Copper wrote about the ferryman on the River Arun. And all this befo ...
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Category Horsham

'The Forum meets 4 times a year, usually 10.30am-1.00pm, alternating between Chichester and Horsham.'


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Category West Sussex

'The Worth Way follows for much of its route part of the course of a dismantled railway - the Three Bridges to Tunbridge Wells Central Line - which opened in 1855 and closed in 1967 as a r ...
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Category Crawley

'The Worthing Heritage Alliance was established in 2010. Its key aims are to represent, develop and promote the heritage of Worthing and its surrounding area. To achieve these aims the All ...
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Category Adur & Worthing

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