Surprisingly pleasant. Don’t miss All Saints Church which had a delightful feel & an open door even during my lockdown visit. Today it was so windy conversation wasn’t easy. The Sussex Hospices Trail consists of 26 mapped walks which have been created across the length and breadth of the county, covering a total of more than 200 miles of coast and countryside. An easy stage if you can ignore the curiously placed signs trying to direct walkers away from the right route! Great to chat with a couple of cyclists taking a break there as well. Highlights- taking a path through a barn! I’m glad I ventured into the church yard and could marvel at a 1000 year old Yew tree present when Harold was king. email us. Just as we started walking around the reservoir the heavens opened - but it was so warm this only made it more enjoyable! Volunteers from across Sussex helped to create the walks. Walked this on 21/11/20 when the skies were grey and the fields were ankle deep in mud near most of the access points and exit stiles. That’s a first for me (near the beginning) fabulous views to the north, and some amazing properties- I think the house on Springhall Lane complete with a lake and fab views was my favourite, although many might choose the extraordinary Braylsham Castle. Discovered a new path on this route before Shoreham footbridge & was at Shoreham station after 2 hours 30 minutes walking. There are more oast houses too, and I took time to wander around Heathfield at the end. Presumably the trail shown was “off piste” to allow for a pub lunch or meeting with others? You will walk past some amazing houses and wonderful views. Fundraising walk ALL around Sussex for Chestnut Tree House The Sussex Snowdrop Trust @st Demelza Hospice Care For Children Hospice in the Weald Martlets Hospice … It covers a total of more than 200 miles of  Sussex from Chichester in the west, via Brighton & Hove to St Leonards in the east and it reaches as far north as Horsham. Walk would score higher on a sunny day with better views. Noisy, but quite a spectacle. The walk through Goring by Sea was not fun; just busy roads. I particularly enjoyed the first mile beyond the industrial estate as there was a large flock of Fieldfares to entertain me. To date, it is the only permanent, waymarked hospice to hospice trail in the UK. Pretty easy going, sunshine virtually all the way. I loved the war memorial, and the fact that even during lockdown it was still possible to have a proper take-away coffee in a Tudor setting. Muggins had to head back the way he’d come after completing this stage of the trail. Cross the road again climbing Vicarage Road and you’re just about done. I’d love to go back in the summer and explore Battle properly. It was overcast most of the way, ABD the best bird seen/heard was a cronking Raven. The Sussex Hospices Trail consists of 26 mapped walks which have been created across the length and breadth of the county, covering a total of more than 200 miles of coast and countryside. It’s a slight difference to the actual route this covers but there wasn’t one that matched it exactly lol, Delightful start to the walk on stretches north of Hayward’s Heath I’ve not seen previously. Walking back from the station I was glad to see Costa open, grabbing a takeaway before heading NW and up towards the old golf course. The ride back to Crowhurst was shared with rowdy school kids. Hospice supporter Kathy Gore has completed the achievement of walking all 200 miles of the Sussex Hospice Trail.Here Kathy recounts her journey. Then leave it all behind you as the path winds back towards (and across) the A265 on a blind bend. Would not do again though! Would be 5 star on a dry summer’s day. Here in Sussex this invaluable service gets only 22% of its funding from the Government. I’ve done most of this stage before on my bike when the sun has bern shining. Really like the gentle stroll into Uckfield at the end (which thoughtfully uses an old lane rather than staying on the housing estate). A cooking apple tree laden with heavy red fruit. After paying to park at Crowhurst station I belatedly realised I could have parked for free at the bottom of the hill near the church. I chose one of the wettest days to tackle this walk - 4/10/20. A “Beware of the Bull” sign gave me no concern, and up ahead was a field with magnificent docile highland cattle. Excellent combination of countryside and coastal terrain. My first observation is that after recording this on Strava the true distance is over 12 miles. Almost all my visits to Eastbourne have been work related, so it was great to use the train, see the station & go into a few local shops. My 4th time over this route, and all the better for the cooler October weather as I climbed out of Southease. The project was devised and developed by Sue Korman in partnership with digital walk creation business iFootpath. If you would like to keep a record of your walks you can get your unique Sussex Hospice Trail passport here. Buses are not very frequent- our taxi back to Alfriston was a very reasonable £20. Last Saturday this took me 61 minutes as opposed to the 2 hours suggested elsewhere. Or was he an author!) Today it was so windy conversation wasn’t easy. I walked the whole trail in July and I am delighted how it’s being used to enjoy our beautiful countryside and to raise funds – the trail has raised over £65,000 since it was created. The route includes woodlands, grazing pastures, streams and meadows with short stretches of country lane, all within the High Weald Area … A good enough walk to sucker me in on an attempt to do the entire trail. Took me 3 hours 10 minutes. Der Weg führt von Chichester im Westen nach St. Leonards im Osten und bis nach Horsham mit Küstenstufen wie … Worth noting there are no buses here on Sundays. Straight after the last stage I carried on with this relatively easy walk which took 2 hours 16 minutes. Just stamp each section when you have completed the walk and then send us a photo or a selfie if you wish! Noisy, but quite a spectacle. Friday, 21st August 2020, 10:07 am. Would be 5 star on a dry summer’s day. The section through the RSPB reserve was lacking in birds - although 2 Raven were well worth watching - a fancy Oast House was interesting - unfortunately Lockdown meant I didn’t get to experience any of the pubs or cafes in Battle. Walked this in an afternoon with my wife on 30/8/20. The Sussex Hospice Trail is open for those looking for a local walking trail challenge in support of Chestnut Tree House. We liked the end section & watched a toddler jumping in puddles. I should also mention my taxi from Heathfield to Etchingham Station cost £22 - pity there are no weekend buses. Explora Sussex Hospices Trail - ve mapas de rutas seleccionadas, instrucciones para llegar así como reseñas detalladas y fotos de excursionistas, campistas y amantes de la naturaleza como tú. Discovered a new path on this route before Shoreham footbridge & was at Shoreham station after 2 hours 30 minutes walking. T: 07887 573136 SARAH DE ROUGEMONT→: Our collection includes handcrafted silver jewellery made with … Updated Friday, 21st August 2020, 11:13 am. Almost all my visits to Eastbourne have been work related, so it was great to use the train, see the station & go into a few local shops. A few pheasants on the Angmering Estate- and thankful fir the trees to shield me from wind & rain. Once we had retraced our steps we soon made it to Ardingly Reservoir. Such fun seeing sheep on the tees, with a magical wiggly woodland path beyond. Hospices provide our communities with: Kathy Gore, chair of Friends of Sussex Hospices, said: “The trail is a unique route which connects 13 hospice areas across Sussex. Fascinating to come across a massive Moto-Cross event just short of Southease. Here you will find a list of the guides that contain full text directions with a map showing the route. Worth taking binoculars- mainly to examine the views - although there are Red Leg Partridge, Goldfinch, Herring Gull, Kestrel, Buzzard, sizeable Starling flocks, Pheasant, Meadow Pipit & Skylark along the way. Don’t miss All Saints Church which had a delightful feel & an open door even during my lockdown visit. Super muddy but loads of variety and just super pleasant. Surprisingly pleasant. Here you will find a list of the guides that contain full text directions with a map showing the route. I’d say it was a moderate to hard level walk. I loved the war memorial, and the fact that even during lockdown it was still possible to have a proper take-away coffee in a Tudor setting. People have been invited to join Friends of Sussex Hospices by getting a team together to walk one stretch of the trail to mark the third year of the route and raise money to support Sussex hospices. Pick a dry month and this will be a reasonably strenuous but enjoyable walk. Friends of Sussex Hospices is a registered charity run entirely by volunteers. Further on it crossed a minor road & dropped down to a railway siding with a splendid freight train parked up near the Mountield Sub-Station which branches off to a British Gypsum plant. Excellent combination of countryside and coastal terrain. I’m glad I ventured into the church yard and could marvel at a 1000 year old Yew tree present when Harold was king. Pick a dry month and this will be a reasonably strenuous but enjoyable walk. Not very good views either; it was a bit disappointing. You can read all about them here. It was dry & sunny most of the way, and the views were even more spectacular than normal - with pools of light dancing of the sea near Newhaven. I have to admit we lost our way once we reached the Golf Course, which was ironic as the path was rather interesting with several other walkers. It was fun looking at 3 Martello Towers, and Sovereign Harbour was impressive. The trail will be waymarked by mid-2017 at the point nearest to each hospice and also at key points throughout with signs bearing the trail�s distinctive logo. The cost is £3.80, including payment processing and postage, of … Lovely gentle start to the walk, reasonably wet underfoot on much of the stage thereafter. I should also mention my taxi from Heathfield to Etchingham Station cost £22 - pity there are no weekend buses. Worth taking binoculars- mainly to examine the views - although there are Red Leg Partridge, Goldfinch, Herring Gull, Kestrel, Buzzard, sizeable Starling flocks, Pheasant, Meadow Pipit & Skylark along the way. Some of the back streets were new to me, and I enjoyed looking at ships in the Shoreham harbour/port. Length 9.2 miElevation gain 1719 ftRoute type Point to point An immensely enjoyable stage. Pleased to see House Martins still present near Patching, and a lovely Green Woodpecker just west of Clapham. Love the clock on the main road, and enjoyed a Gingerbread Latte from Costa too. The hospices of Sussex are dedicated to providing specialist end-of-life care. There are more oast houses too, and I took time to wander around Heathfield at the end. Highly recommended. We did brighton to Eastbourne so that was 37km. It starts off at the pretty little railway station & slips off into the countryside along tarmac roads before it wiggles around a farmyard and into the fields. I liked the little hidden ponds that appeared from time to time, but the walk really comes alive as you climb up into Burwash. Kathy's Sussex Hospice Trail Walk - 200 miles / 26 walks I'm setting off on 1 July and aiming to complete my walk by 31 July. Kathy Gore Walk 3 SUS-200814-113918001. Would not do again though! The only intriguing part was the walk into Shoreham; you walk along the river and the view of Shoreham was very pretty at night. Sussex Hospices Trail Part 1: Chichester to Barnham, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 2: Barnham to Arundel, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 3: Arundel to Goring-by-Sea, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 4: Goring-by-Sea to Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 5: Shoreham-by-Sea to Brighton, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 6: Brighton to Southease, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 7: Southease to Alfriston, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 8: Alfriston to Eastbourne, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 9: Eastbourne to Normans Bay, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 10: Normans Bay to West St Leonards, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 11: West St Leonards to Crowhurst, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 12: Crowhurst to Battle, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 13: Battle to Robertsbridge, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 14: Robertsbridge to Etchingham, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 15: Etchingham to Burwash Common, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 16: Burwash Common to Heathfield, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 17: Heathfield to Uckfield, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 18: Uckfield to North Chailey, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 19: North Chailey to Haywards Heath, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 20: Haywards Heath to Balcombe, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 21: Balcombe to Horsham, Sussex Hospice Trail Part 22: Horsham to Billingshurst, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 23: Billingshurst to Pulborough, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 24: Pulborough to Amberley, St. Leonards-On-Sea, East Sussex, England. More fun wiggles beside the railway before walking through a modern housing estate whilst listening to Black Headed Gulls overhead and squabbling House Sparrows near the pretty little station. Trustees and fundraisers for St Wilfrid’s Hospice took part in a walk along the Chichester Canal stretch of the Sussex Hospices Trail on Saturday (October 3). Worth noting the mid-way excursion to the A27 looks like it is not part of the official walk ( the signs point east). Kathy Gore, chair of Friends of Sussex Hospices, said: “The trail is a unique route which connects 13 hospice areas across Sussex. You will walk past some amazing houses and wonderful views. The first stage to Rottingdean was done at night in pouring rain, the latter part to Southease was earlier today with some sunshine. Friends of Sussex Hospices has worked with partners and supporters to create the Sussex Hospices Trail, a 200 mile long-distance path to support and raise awareness of the thirteen hospice care providers that serve the adults and children of Sussex. Sussex Hospice Trail: una ruta de 200 millas que conecta 12 áreas de hospicio El Sussex Hospices Trail consta de 26 senderos mapeados que se han creado a lo largo y ancho del condado, cubriendo un total de más de 200 millas de costa y campo. We ask people to register their intention to walk to let us know which hospice they would like to support and then to download the AllTrails app for turn by turn instructions of their chosen route. It raises funds, through a variety of activities, to support the running costs of all twelve hospice care providers that serve the adults and children of Sussex Find out more at https://www.hospicestrail.co.uk/. The cafe in Pevensey serves ace sausage rolls & staff were very courteous. which was open. Hospice care puts patients, their families and loved ones at the centre of everything they do, and this medical, practical and pastoral support is offered to people of all faiths and of none. That’s all the stages of Hospices Trail done now. Such a shame the railway line is now nothing more than a cycle trail, skateboard park (closed) and industrial estate. The Sussex Hospices Trail consists of 26 mapped walks which have been created across the length and breadth of the county, covering a total of more than 200 miles of coast and countryside. Friends of Sussex Hospices is a registered charity run entirely by volunteers. Bought a coffee in Costa - then bus pulled in after we’d arrived. Then it was straight over the road towards MR.Kipling’s house (the famous baker? Straight after the last stage I carried on with this relatively easy walk which took 2 hours 16 minutes. Trustees and fundraisers for St Wilfrid’s Hospice took part in a walk along the Chichester Canal stretch of the Sussex Hospices Trail on Saturday (October 3). Rather muddy north of Scaynes Hill, and I passed a load of gun dogs & high brow “shooters” too. I can recommend the excellent views - and always marvel at the dry V shaped valleys. Photographs, points of interest and background details of sites along the way are also given. If you are a National Trust member you might already know the property - with lovely ponds and gardens. I was staggered by hundreds of Contestants in the Beachy Head Marathon - and delighted to see so many folk having a good time. Walked this in an afternoon with my wife on 30/8/20. Sussex Hospices Trail Part 1: Chichester to Barnham, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 2: Barnham to Arundel, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 3: Arundel to Goring-by-Sea, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 4: Goring-by-Sea to Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 5: Shoreham-by-Sea to Brighton, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 6: Brighton to Southease, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 7: Southease to Alfriston, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 8: Alfriston to Eastbourne, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 9: Eastbourne to Normans Bay, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 10: Normans Bay to West St Leonards, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 11: West St Leonards to Crowhurst, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 12: Crowhurst to Battle, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 13: Battle to Robertsbridge, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 14: Robertsbridge to Etchingham, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 15: Etchingham to Burwash Common, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 16: Burwash Common to Heathfield, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 17: Heathfield to Uckfield, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 18: Uckfield to North Chailey, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 19: North Chailey to Haywards Heath, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 20: Haywards Heath to Balcombe, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 21: Balcombe to Horsham, Sussex Hospice Trail Part 22: Horsham to Billingshurst, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 23: Billingshurst to Pulborough, Sussex Hospices Trail Part 24: Pulborough to Amberley, St. Leonards-On-Sea, East Sussex, England. 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