Saturday, 29 January 2011

Lewes Circular

I attach photographs taken on Clare Kirkbride's circular walk from Lewes on Saturday, 29th January.

Six of us went on the walk and were fortunate that the weather was dry. Engineering works and a rail replacement bus service between Three Bridges and Haywards Heath meant that only three participants were with Clare at the start but two others joined the party at Glynde where we had an early lunch stop at the 'Trevor Arms'. We also had a tea stop at Rodmell, at 'The Abergavenny Arms' and, in between, had a look at the wall paintings in Southease Church. Once back in Lewes, and in fading light, Clare showed Tokiko and me the remains of the Priory of St Pancras, which were fascinating. In the end the distance we covered was around 13 miles.

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