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22/05/2015
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Cow Slips out next the the South Downs Way near Firle Beacon
What a crazy few weeks! So busy that this poor blog has been neglected!  No more, a slot has been added to by diary each Friday to try and...
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SDW before surface improvements near Meon Valley Trail
It’s not officially Spring yet, but there is spring in the air around the South Downs. Crocuses and Daffodils our out in many of the...
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26/01/2015
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This time of year is interesting. Christmas is over and people are looking ahead to adventures to come. Enquires about walking or riding the...
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The run up to Christmas is always busy. There is a rush to get projects finished off and loose ends tied up before everyone breaks up and lets...
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Eastbourne start finger post
One thing I love about this job is that no two days are the same and I’m always involved in a wide variety of things; you certainly couldn...
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25/09/2014
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Volunteers digging a trench for a new water supply
The autumn equinox has passed and the nights are drawing in, but the SDW remains busy with people enjoying the dry and sunny weather and the...
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03/07/2014
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Friends at the Winchester start of the SDW.
The sun has been shinning here on the SDW for weeks! On some parts of the trail not a drop of rain has fallen for weeks. This is good news and...
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29/05/2014
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Spring is moving into summer, the clouds are rolling in and the drizzle has started! Of course in between the showers when the sun shines its...
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20/02/2014
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2014 SDW certificate of completion
It's time to start planning your next trip.I thought December and January were wet but this month the rain has still kept falling, but a...
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18/12/2013
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New Bridleway gate on the South Downs Way
The leaves have all fallen and the nights have drawn in, the temperature has dropped and many creatures have tucked themselves up for the winter...
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