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Brighton & Hove

Walks and Trail Guides  'Find our guides to all the walks and trails in the West, East and North of the City.'

Local Nature Reserves  'Get information on the Local Nature ...
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'The Club is affiliated to HF Holidays Ltd., which was started by Mr T.A. Leonard, a non-conformist minister, in 1913, to encourage a love of the open air, good fellowship and international underst ...
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'Each month we have a short relaxing ramble of 4-6 miles after lunch, normally starting at 14.00 on the third Saturday of the month, and a longer walk of 7-9 miles - but still not too strenuous - o ...
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'... It's easy to get out into the countryside around Brighton and Hove too. And using the bus is a great, sustainable way to do it. Regular bus services serve key areas of the countryside around t ...
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'Brighton & Hove is surrounded by many areas of open access land available to enjoy on foot. Much of this land is crossed by rights of way and other paths. Combined, the areas total 650 hectare ...
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'This trail has been made possible with the extensive help of many local contributors, who have freely given their time, help, contributions and materials ... We are still seeking contributions for ...
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'Ditchling Beacon is the site of an early Iron Age hill fort (700 BC). The site was chosen because it was easy to defend with the steep northern side (248m high) and clear views.'


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'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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