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On 19 Feb 2018 at 7:38pm Walker's crisp wrote:
I'm looking for inspiration for food walks near and around Lewes, without a car. The one to Glynde was a favourite but seems a bit sad now the Trevor isn't there for a drink. We often hop on the train to southease and walk to rodmell and back - but any ideas gratefully received. Thanks
On 19 Feb 2018 at 7:39pm Walker's crisp wrote:
I meant good walks, not food walks - though a nice pub be route never goes amiss!
On 19 Feb 2018 at 7:46pm inthegutter wrote:
Over the downs to Ringmer (Green Man and Anchor) instead of Glynde. Similar distance and can get the bus (28) back.
Up to Black Cap and down to Plumpton (Half moon) and back by rail.
To Kingston and up on to the ridge, back down to the Juggs, and back to the. Swan.
On 19 Feb 2018 at 8:08pm Horseman7 wrote:
Bus #28 and 22 to Woodingdean and walk back over the downs. Bacon and egg sarnies at Layby Lil by the roundhouse, then either finish the walk or catch the bus for the last little bit.
On 19 Feb 2018 at 8:21pm Stroller wrote:
Start at Tesco, walk to The Laughing Fish at Isfield, lunch, bus back.
On 19 Feb 2018 at 8:56pm Nick wrote:
Lewes, over Caburn to Glynde, on to Firle and the Coach Road to Alfriston. Head back to Berwick for train back to Lewes.
Or a bit longer, Lewes, Caburn, Glynde, top of Downs and over to Seaford or turn right and head to Southease. (Trains back to Lewes from Seaford and Southease).
Or train to Berwick, walk to Alfriston then follow Cuckmere to Exceat, back over Seaford Head and train home.
There are loads.......and all have decent refreshments en route.
On 19 Feb 2018 at 9:14pm Johnny wrote:
Walk over the downs to the Trevor Arms and cross the A27 and walk onwards to Firle, The Ram Inn (amazing food) and Glynde station are both nearby.
On 19 Feb 2018 at 11:06pm Walker's crisp wrote:
Thank you so much. Loads of great ideas - that's the next few weekends sorted.
On 20 Feb 2018 at 7:07am Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
Up to the old racecourse, head towards Black Cap, hang a left onto the South Downs Way, walk to Falmer, train or bus back.
On 20 Feb 2018 at 7:58am Rosalyn wrote:
Bus to South Chailey then through the ancient wood, across fields to Barcombe, pint at Royal Oak then bus back to Lewes
On 20 Feb 2018 at 2:56pm Pork Rag Samuel wrote:
Up Chapel Hill, left to Martyrs Memorial, on to Mill Road, down to Church Lane, through the park, over Willeys Bridge, round the Pells Pond to Landport, along Landport Road, through Pellbrook cut, up through the woods to Offham Village, over road and up along hills to rear of Nevill estate, along to Prison track, down Winterbourne Hollow, Bell Lane to Cockshut Road, along to Ham Lane, up to Mountfield Road, round to Lewes Railway Stn, along Pinwell Road in to Friars Walk, to Cliffe High St, over the river bridge to Chapel Hill. Well done.
On 20 Feb 2018 at 7:22pm Archie wrote:
Along the river south to Abergavenny Arms, walk or occasionally bus back. Otherwise drive through Laughton to half way along Park Lane. Beautiful walk through the woods to the Roebuck.
On 20 Feb 2018 at 8:52pm Fifi wrote:
From Landport through the woods to Offham or along the river to Hamsey and then up the lane to Offham . Lunch at the Blacksmiths Arms and then the footpath up over the chalkpit . You can then go over towards the racecourse or down towards Wallands school .

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