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Starting from Shoreham, we bus to Steyning & walk 9 miles to New Shoreham considering the turbulent history of the valley and the architecture of each church on the way.
From late April to August native orchids can be seen in flower in Sussex if you know where to look.
Click here and also here to view Kittiwakes at Seaford Head in July on a Linear walk from Seaford to East Dean. Click here to see the fun of wading the River Cuckmere at low tide. Click here to see the walk in June before the Kittiwake chicks are visible and to see the variety of flowers.
Plastic shoes are recommended!
The Seven Sisters & Friston forest offer walks of great variety and distances.
Photo by Tony Osmand
Associate Walk Leaders
Peter Lovett walks carefully selected Associate Walk Leaders have an intricate knowledge of Sussex, including the more difficult areas like Ashdown Forest, where there are no signposts. With decades of experience in leading walks they bring yet more breadth to the variety of activities that we offer. For example, should you wish to include an exciting trip on the Bluebell Steam Railway with a linear bluebell walk, William has experience of that as well as an encyclopedic knowledge of ecology and natural history. Tony, formerly an adventurous mountaineer and caver in remote parts of the world, now leads more sedate short walks.
Below are just a selection of many interesting walks, which we can lead.