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Hosted by the Consul of the London Countryside Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Sun 30 Jun 09:00 - 16:00

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As the Saturday walk was cancelled due to extreme heat conditions being forecast, I've asked a friend of mine - Aaron (Hike leader) to organise something for the group. A bit last minute, but the weather will be much cooler and so worth doing if you're free.

A harbour two miles inland. A town that fell into the sea. Sheep that like to live by the coast, this walk is a fascinating ramble through idyllic English coastal towns.

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Some sights: The lookout, Hilder's Cliff St Mary's Church Gun Gardens, next to Ypres Tower Old Rye harbour Camber Castle

The walk's history encompasses some surprising stories, such as how coastal processes – tides, waves, and currents – have created a distinct physical landscape

Our trail bends round to the west to visit the small town of Winchelsea

Terrain: Mainly flat, with a couple of steep hills. Mixture of paved roads, cobbles and grassland

Please bring a packed lunch and water with you

Length: 10.5 km (6.5 miles), 3 hours walking time.

Meeting Point: St Pancras INTERNATIONAL station – let’s meet by the ticket office inside the station at street level near to the main entrance. NOT Kings Cross Station

Meeting Time: at 08.45 am at St Pancras

Hike fee: £5 (Payable to Aaron)