The majority of the walks are featured on East Sussex County Council's website. These are always circular, and dogs are welcome! There is a charge of £3.00 per person; you will receive a detailed map of the route and I will also email you a photo album after the walk. At present there are no walks scheduled for the remainder of 2013 owing to other commitments.
A glorious morning for the most recent walk from Bodiam Castle!
Court Lodge, Bodiam with its unusual cow, pig and horse weathervanes!
A photo-shoot at Winton Street, near Alfriston with the Downs in the background
Striding out along the Old Coach Road from Alciston back into Alfriston
A lovely walk through Pevensey Levels, returning via Rickney and Hankham before a photo shoot outside Pevensey Castle!
Raz taking a well earned breather at Rickney (the dog that is!)
A beautiful morning for the 5.50 mile walk around Herstmonceux!
An excellent turnout of walkers from across Kent & East Sussex for the Laughton circular walk
An elegant hurdling technique on the Laughton walk!
A gloriously sunny day for the Bodiam Castle walk at the end of January!
Taking a breather halfway round the Bodiam walk at St. Nicholas Church, Sandhurst Cross!
A record turnout of 30 for the photo shoot in front of Bodiam Castle,thanks to "les Bleus!"
Admiring the Morgan sports cars in front of Bodiam Castle at the start of the walk!
The Normandy ramblers enjoyed a superb walk from Pevensey Castle finishing outside magnificent Herstmonceux Castle
Striding out from Bodiam towards the Kent Ditch,which marks the E.Sussex/Kent border
Walkers enjoying the panoramic view of the Brede Valley on the stiff climb back to The Queen's Head, Icklesham!
The cliff top path at Fairlight Cove, in the final mile of the Pett Level walk.
An excellent turnout for the walk from Bodiam Castle, and in glorious sunshine!
The final descent to Bodiam Castle; always a dramatic view!
Karen, Judy, Diane, John, Tessa, Lisa, Helen & Martin enjoying a quick breather by the Royal Military Canal on our first guided walk at Icklesham!
Jacky, Marilyn, Chris, Bev, Simon & family at the start of the Battle Abbey walk
Jacky, Corinne, Liz,Tricia & Martin, not forgetting Ruby!, sampling the high life on the Pelsham Estate on our recent Rye walk...just 15 mins later the heavens opened!
One of the oldest houses in Sedlescombe, near the village green, dating back to 1509.
Striding up towards Northlands Farm, Bodiam
A great view down into the Brede Valley, especially if you are on horseback!
A beautiful morning in the Tillingham Valley
Glorious views across towards Guestling and Doleham