Willingdon Church Ramblers

Willingdon Church Ramblers

We are a friendly group of people who get together for a ramble through our lovely countryside. We welcome anyone who would like to join us. 


Ramblers Report August 2022

We have met twice in August. Our July ramble was postponed due to the incredibly hot weather – an unprecedented event – but took place on Monday 1st August when 18 people (including two new people) and 3 dogs did the ever-popular Barcombe Mills walk. We walked along the old railway line to the Anchor Inn, where we stopped for refreshments, and then returned by the shorter route along the river bank where we had our picnic lunch before returning to the cars.

On 15th August 9 met at Chalk Farm for the drive to Pevensey Castle where we met up with 5 other for our walk via Westham Church, across the levels to the Bay View Golf Club where we met 6 others for a coffee stop. From here we retraced our steps returning via Pevensey Recreation ground and had a picnic in a shady spot in St. Nicholas churchyard before walking back to the cars. It was a warm day but not quite as bad as the previous few days and we were pleased to see there was still some water in the river.

Our next ramble is Monday 19th September when Sheila and Dave will be meeting at the earlier time of 10.00 at Chalk Farm for drive to Seaford and walk taking in Seven Sisters, Hope Gap and Seaford Head. Could be some steady climbs – to be confirmed.

For information regarding this or any of our walks please contact Lesley -  lesley.etwell@sky.com


Important Information Will all ramblers please note that there is now a high priority concerning risks and risk assessments and we would therefore remind you that you must have the correct walking gear, especially footwear, and that, although the leaders will have noted anything of possible concern, you still walk at your own risk. Please do read the small-print at the bottom of the itinerary. For any further information please do get in touch.

Ramblers' Holiday 2022 - to view click here