This week Celia and Miquel led their bubble walk, starting from Iping Common car park, towards Stedham Common, the Severals, across the A272 to Woolbeding Bridge, then around Stedham. It was just less than five miles and back to the cars, where we decided it was much to cold to stop for a picnic lunch.
No, let's go that way!
Bluebells are starting to bloom - or are they the Spanish variety??
A stop on the way to Stedham Mill
Stedham mill sluice gate
Stedham Hall - has anyone heard the rumour the Hitler hoped to live there, but never quite made it?
Linda and Tim's walk started from Rogate Village Hall and headed South towards Habin.
After crossing the Rother twice the walk reached the church of St Peter, at Terwick.
Undergoing building work,hardly anything was visible of the church but it provided shelter from the cold wind for our coffee stop.
Then north through the Lupin field to Terwick Common and Fyning Hill
before dropping back down through Fyning Common and back to the car park. About 5 miles.
Car Park start
Walkers plough on.
Habin Bridge, built by monks from Durford Abbey in the 15th or 16th Century.
Church of St Peter at Terwick, probably 12th Century.
The first signs of the lupins in the outstanding lupin field next to the church.
You can't be too careful
The beautiful South Downs, from Fyning Common.