6th July 2014: Lewes circular via Rodmell

Along the South Downs

Along the South Downs


Monks House, home of Virginia Woolf at Rodmell

Monks House, home of Virginia Woolf at Rodmell


The Abergavenny Arms, Rodmell

The Abergavenny Arms, Rodmell

Despite the forecast, Sheila, Don and Claire enjoyed a lovely sunny walk along the South Downs Way from Lewes. After a near encounter with a massive herd of cows, calves and bulls, we stopped at the Abergavenny Arms in Rodmell where Claire had the most expensive mineral water in England. We looked in briefly at Monks House, where Virginia Woolf lived, then returned along the River Ouse (in a high wind which appeared from nowhere) to Lewes. Waited for the train in a Lewes pub where we saw the match point of the Wimbledon men’s finals.

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