Monthly Archives: September 2014

14th September 2014: Higham Dickens walk

Good weather for Sheila’s ‘Dickens trail’ in Kent, a circular route from Higham. We saw Gads Hill Place where he lived and then diverted through a dense wood to see a tall monument to Charles Larkin, parliamentary reformer, now just … Continue reading

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7th September 2014: Lewes to Hassocks

Mist turned quickly to warm sunshine for this lovely South Downs walk from Lewes to Hassocks with views, berries, and horses. We (Jonathan and Claire) met the London to Brighton Amnesty cycle race at Ditchling Beacon where we stoked up … Continue reading

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29th August 2014: Picnic in St James’s Park

It was a cool and blustery evening, but despite that Jean writes: The picnic was lovely with 6 of us and Humphrey turning up when we were just packing up. People bought wonderful food to share including strawberries. Chocolate sauce … Continue reading

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31st August 2014: Wadhurst Station-Wadhurst village circular

Six Red Ropers joined me on a warm and sunny day to take the train to Wadhurst Station. We then followed the Sussex Border Path to Bewl Water. Unfortunately there was too much undergrowth on the banks to actually have … Continue reading

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