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January 6, 2024 all-day
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Saturday 6 January 2.00pm. Chanctonbury Ring 1 Level 3 3 miles 1.25 hours. Walk 3016. Meet at Washington South Downs Way car park, TQ120 119. Chanctonbury Ring dates back to the Bronze Age and is a significant landscape feature for many of us living in Horsham District. The walk is an opportunity to visit this special site and enjoy extensive views into the bargain. Dogs welcome, steep hill and no stiles. W3W factored.tricycle.bonfires. Contact Mick Denness on 01903 745971 or email mickdenness5@gmail.com

Sunday 7 January 10.00am. Highden & Windlesham Level 3 4.6 miles 1.75 hours. Walk 3020. Meet at Chantry Hill car park, TQ086119.This is a circular downland walk with wonderful views using the South Downs Way and tracks around Windlesham. Includes a steep hill. Dogs welcome. W3W whistle.episode.sideboard. Contact Mick Denness on 01903 745971 or email mickdenness5@gmail.com

Saturday 13 January 2.00pm Strawberry Lane Level 2 4 miles 2 hours. Walk 2306. Meet at Thakeham Village Hall car park, RH20 3GP. If Car Park is busy park in adjacent Abingworth Crescent. This circular takes us to the lovely Strawberry land before proceeding to Thakeham Village with its pretty houses and gardens. Parts of this route can be wet and muddy. Dogs welcomes and refreshments provided. What three words poet.clenser.parties. Contact Mick Denness on 01903 745971 or email mickdenness5@gmail.com

Sunday 14 January 10.00am. Three Woods Walk Level 3 6.5 miles 3 hours. Walk 3029. Meet at Georges Lane NT car park RH20 4BG. An attractive lowland walk with great variety including Warren Hill, Sandgate Woods, Sullington Warren, Sullington Church, Barns Farm and Rowdell. Habitats visited include woodland, farmland and open heath. Stiles. Refreshments provided and dogs welcome. What3Words sidelined.remark.intruding.

Saturday 20 January 2.00pm. Nutbourne Level 2 3 miles 1.5 hours. Walk 2034. Meet at West Chiltington Village car park, RH20 2PZ. This is one of our prettiest and most varied short walks. We should see vineyards, llamas a windmill and lovely houses. W3W legs.mermaids.split Dogs welcome and refreshments provided. Several stiles Contact Mick Denness on 01903 745971 or email mickdenness5@gmail.com

Sunday 21 January 10.00am. Wiggonholt Common & Parham Park Level 3 5.2 miles 2.5 hours. Walk 3036. Meet at Rackham Old School, RH20 2EU. Park on verge opposite the entrance to the Old School. This walk takes us to through the RSPB reserve and from their along quite roads and footpaths to Parham Parks grounds with its veteran trees and herd of deer. Dogs welcome refreshments provided Contact Mick Denness on 01903 745971 or email mickdenness5@gmail.com. What3Words chesnuts.squares.amaze

Thursday 25 January 10.00am. West Chiltington Level 2 4-5 miles 2 hours. Walk 2082. Meet in the public car park adjacent to West Chiltington Village Hall, Mill Rd, RH20 2PZ, (TQ083179). Various routes exploring West Chiltington and the surrounding area. Moderate slopes, some stiles, no dogs please as a number of the routes pass through fields with livestock. Contact Sue 01403 255710

Saturday 27 January 2.00pm. Washington Common & Rodell Level 2 3.5 miles 1.5 hours. Walk 2161. Meet at Old London Road, Washington RH20 3BN. A lovely circular walk exploring the footpaths along the foot of the South Downs and National Trust land. To reach the meeting place drive north up the A24 form the Washington Roundabout take the first left and then sharp left again into Old London Road. W3W airbrush.roots.acrobatic Dogs welcome refreshments provided. Contact Mick Denness on 01903 745971 or email mickdenness5@gmail.com

Sunday 28 January 10.00am. West Chiltington, Thakeham & Warminghurst Level 3 5.7 miles 2.5 hours. Walk 3164. Meet at Thakeham Village Hall, Abingworth on the B2139, RH20 3GZ. What3Words clarifies.creeps.explored. Charming villages, woodland, farms, and great views across open countryside. Connecting three Norman churches: St Mary’s West Chiltington, St Mary’s Thakeham, and The Holy Sepulcher at Warminghurst used by William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania. Stiles. Dogs welcome. Cuppa, cake, and chat afterwards. Contact Mick Denness on 01903 745971 or email mickdenness5@gmail.com

For more information and details of other Wellbeing Walks in Horsham and district follow the link Horsham Wellbeing Walks

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