Walking Groups

Thinking of joining your local community walking group? Take a look at some of the groups below!

Beachy Head Ramblers

This group are the local representatives of the Ramblers Association (RA) in and around Eastbourne. A friendly group of walkers organising walks mainly in Sussex but occasionally further afield. They currently have around 300 member and new members are always welcome whether they are new to walking or more experienced.

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Sussex Young Ramblers

This is a friendly group of younger walkers aged from 20 to 49 who enjoy walking the landscapes of East and West Sussex. They also have links with the Surrey under 35s walking group, and the Kent group and link up with them from time to time on joint walks. Most walks include a pub stop, although there are some picnic-only walks in the summer months.

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PER – Rambulations

Terry and Peter regularly lead walks as part of the Discovering Sussex programme, details of which can be found in the Discovering Sussex booklet.In addition, walking events, ranging from day walks to four day special events are organised throughout the year.

To find out more about their Sussex Ouse Valley Walks HERE

LDWA Sussex Group

The LDWA (Long Distance Walking Association) organise walks and events in East and West Sussex, occasionally rambling further afield. Walks vary in length but are normally between 10 and 25 miles, depending upon the season. They offer a challenge and the opportunity to explore new areas and meet new people. They welcome you to join any walk in the programme.

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Seaford Rambling Club

Withe Seaford Ramblers, every walk is under the supervision of an experienced leader.Walks are normally approx 3 to 12 miles in length and of varying difficulty.All walks meet at Seaford War Memorial before departing to the start point. Join them for a trial  walk before joining the Club.

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U3A – Stroll & Chat

The university of the 3rd Age in Eastbourne believe in Healthy exercise for the good of body and mind. They we use around 30 interesting country walks in the area including taking the 12 bus to walk from Friston Pond along tracks and paths to Birling Gap and back to East Dean.

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Newhaven Ramblers

This group meet once a week. On walk days they meet in Newhaven at 10am before driving to the walk destination. Transport is not absolutely necessary as there are normally enough cars for all. Their walks are graded for difficulty (easy to hard), distance ( from 4 to 8 miles) and whether it is hilly or flat. Most walks are circular with a lunch stop at one of Sussex’s taditional Pubs. But some of our walkers prefer to bring their own lunch. Walkers do not need to be super-fit but obviously a reasonable fitness is required.

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Lewes Footpaths Group

The Lewes Footpaths Group are a friendly walking group that arrange a regular programme of walks, social events, coach outings, and holidays for members. Based in Lewes town, they also maintain rights of way in the area, provide courses for members on map reading and becoming walk leaders and have produced books of walks in our local region.
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