Enjoy walking around our beautiful countryside either side of Findon Valley! Over time we hope to build an interesting collection of walks around Findon Valley and other parts of the South Downs for everyone to appreciate and enjoy. For more details, written either by local residents or journalists visit any of the sites listed. If you have a particular walk you would like to share with others, please email details to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Countryside Code - Produced by Natural England you can read the leaflet at the Natural England website. Printed leaflets are available from Findon Valley Library and the Post Office in King's Parade.
To see the plans please visit Natural England's long distance walking route around the coast of England.
If you want your organised walk promoted here, free of charge, please email email@example.com with the basic information and means of contact.
Adur Healthy Walkers is a friendly walking group that holds free healthy walks: short walks up to an hour, incorporating a 30-minute walk every third week - medium walks of one to 1.5 hours - longer walks of 2-3 hours. Programmes of walks are in local libraries or via the Adur and Worthing website - for more information contact Ann on 01903 266373 or Jean on 01273 465669
HeartSmart Walk Programme - these walks offer opportunities to exercise and meet new people in a safe and friendly environment. These walks are led by volunteer Walk Leaders on a regular basis and are designed to cater for all ages and abilities. Read about the programme via the West Sussex County Council website.
26 November - HeartSmart Walk – Arundel – 10.30am, park on Dalloway Road near Birch Lane BN18 9HW – a 1.5 hour, 3.5 mile woodland walk around Tortington Common and Binsted Wood – there may be some muddy sections and 1-2 stiles, no hills
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