Tag Archives: walks

A winter walk #cuckfield

My birthday rarely passes without the Vet proposing a family get together. This year we found ourselves in the heart of the Sussex countryside, in Cuckfield. This place is what gives the word ‘quaint’ it’s reason to exist. Every buildings … Continue reading

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Losing its Rivers: following careless London #londonwalks #lostrivers

When we moved into our house we found the end of the garden flooded at the slightest sign of a downpour. In the first summer huge cracks appeared in the path at the back when the heat rose above 22C. … Continue reading

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#Capital_Ring – Earlsfield to Richmond

The Capital Ring is a strategic walking route that completely encircles inner and central London. It is approximately 78 miles long and cuts through as many green spaces as is possible. We hadn’t intended another stretch so soon, Dog and … Continue reading

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Bulcamp to Halesworth and back again – a Suffolk walk

We are fortunate to have a place in Suffolk, outside Blythburgh. It’s called a cottage but it is more a town house; it is part of a development that once was a workhouse set in the middle of the countryside … Continue reading

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A Blast on the Heath

It’s Bank Holiday Monday here in the UK; spring break to use an Americanism and we are in Suffolk, dangling off Britain’s rump as it contours into the cold, cold sea. Today, unusually for a Bank Holiday is warm, often … Continue reading

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C is for Chepstow

Chepstow is a nice enough town on the Bristol channel which, amongst other claims to fame is the start point of Offa’s Dyke LDP (Long Distance Path). From when my Dad retired in the late 1980s until he could no … Continue reading

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