"Walking in East Sussex"

Battle Ramblers

We walk every Sunday - leaving from different locations at 10:00 am

We also walk afternoons and evenings during the week...

We are affiliated to the national Ramblers.

Some "Small Print"

Battle Ramblers has one simple objective - that of organising Walks in the area of Battle and surroundings, up to about 10/15 miles distance, to take place on Sunday mornings.

 

All people taking part in club activities do so at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety.  No responsibility can be accepted by any other club member or officer.  Walkers under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

Walk Programme publishing schedule

The Battle Ramblers Walks Programme is usually issued quarterly:

January to March

April to June

July to September

October to December

Notice Boards

Walks Programmes are usually displayed around the town on Notice Boards at:

The Railway Station, Battle

Emmanuel Centre, Harrier Lane, Battle

Battle Library - on their notices in the Lobby

Town Council Notice Boards:

The Almonry and Market Square, Battle and Telham*

*Temporarily removal until new location is found

 

- we are always looking for more Noticeboards to use; if you know of one do let us know, please...

 

Useful information

In general, on Sunday mornings we leave Battle at 09:30 and set out for walks all over the surrounding countryside usually starting at 10:00 or 10:15.

 

During the late Spring to early Autumn months we walk in the afternoons and early evenings more locally - see the Walks Programme for details.

Useful Links

If you are thinking about walking in East Sussex, here are some useful links:

<www.burwashwalks.co/>

<https://row.eastsussex.gov.uk/standardmap.aspx>

<www.ramblers.org.uk/>

<www.rotherramblers.org.uk/>

<www.southdownsway.com/>

<www.sussex-ramblers.org.uk/>

<www.walkinginsussex.co.uk/>

<www.highwealdwalks.org>

Membership

Battle Ramblers welcome new members,
all year round...

Click icon for membership information:

Evening Walks Programme published

   - for the Quarter 2, April to June, period

​    Click icon for a downloadable copy:

High Weald Walking Festival 2022

Battle Ramblers have supported the Festival from its inception in 2018...  

Make a diary date, now for: 10 - 18 September

For more information go to;

<www.highwealdwalks.org>

'Rambling On'

- is the Battle Ramblers quarterly newsletter with reports about our Walks, Members activities, pictures and all sorts of odds and ends...

 

Click icon for a downloadable copy:

 

Walks Programme

We designate our Sunday Walks: Short, Medium or Long.  This roughly means: SHORT is up to 4 miles (6.4km); MEDIUM is up to 6 miles (9.6km); LONG is about 8/9 miles (13km), maximum.

 

We also designate Walks with an Easy, Moderate, Difficult category.  This also roughly means: EASY includes one or two stiles only, very few inclines – essentially flat; MODERATE includes a few stiles and a few inclines, surface not all solid; DIFFICULT includes stiles, gates, substantial inclines and surface maybe slippery.

Then you know what you are letting yourself in for, even before joining a walk ! 

(Though we will do everything possible to make you feel welcome...)

 

All people taking part in club activities do so at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety.  No responsibility can be accepted by any other club member or officer.  Walkers under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

 

Walkers should ensure they are fit enough for the distance and have suitable off-road, all-weather clothing & footwear.

In winter most walks are muddy in the High Weald area and walking poles are recommended.

Non-members must contact our Walk Coordinator on 01424 772709 to register - there may be planned restrictions on numbers.

 

We adhere to COVID REGULATIONS as they apply to outdoor activities.

Walks Programme - page 1

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Walks Programme - page 2

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To download the whole Walks Programme click the icon:

(You can then read or make a print, but please consider your paper use carefully...)

Evening Walks Programme - page 1

Evening Walks Programme - page 2

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To download the whole Evening Walks Programme click the icon:

(You can then read or make a print, but please consider your paper use carefully...)

 

Picture Gallery

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Some pictures of our walks and walkers will be inserted here