Janet led a very nice walk through Durford Woods which is managed by the Woodland Trust. From Hill Brow heading towards Rogate Common with some lovely views of Harting Down and Buster Hill, the walk went downhill towards Durleighmarsh before the ascent back to the car park, around four miles in total.
Good mornings work, sawing that wood.
Honourable walk leader for the day.
Miguel clearing the path again
NOT for eating!
South Downs, high above the prairie.
Field of blue??????? Answers please?!
About 4 miles
Tim's walk started from The Grange car park and heading down the Wharf before heading for West Lavington. We were 8 in number and this including 2 walkers we welcomed back to our group, Marian and Maddie. We walked through Todham Rough, passing through the Goldballs Plantation before reaching Walkers Farm.
From there we took the Serpent Trail to reach the back of the Royal Oak. Resisting the temptation we carried on to the Midhurst Town Square for a very pleasant coffee before finishing our walk.
Must be easier than walking
Mostly good distancing!
Maddie looking for wildlife.
Dunford House, looking a bit sad with foliage growing out of the top window.
Coffee in the car park.
About 4.1/2 miles.
Mary’s walk took us from Selborne to Noar Hill across Gilbert White country and down the zig zag steps, good weather and a lovely walk.
Car park start in Selborne village.
Selborne's water supply up until 1934 was supplied to the village using a ram pump, hidden behind the door
Orchid rich nature reserve
Busy bee on Scabious
Resting on top of Noar Hill
Selborne from the top of Selborne Hill
𝅘𝅥𝅮𝅘𝅥𝅮 Hello, can you hear me? I must've called a thousand times 𝅘𝅥𝅘𝅥𝅮
Descending the zig-zag path carved out by Gilbert white and his brother in 1753.