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54a – Shoreham Beach Part III

Shoreham Beach is made up of shingle, and the first few hundred yards of Stage 54 of our walk were a trudge. After a short while, however, we were walking more easily, having arrived at a thoughtfully placed plastic boardwalk. … Continue reading

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48e – Exceat Bridge to Hope Gap

Once we crossed Exceat Bridge, we walked down the west bank of the Cuckmere River and back to the coast.  At the mouth of the river we passed the Coastguard Cottages.  In a field just behind them stands a lonely memorial.  It remembers an … Continue reading

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47c – Eastbourne to Beachy Head

We left Eastbourne and began the climb up to Beachy Head. Half way up we were rather surprised to see a sports field, nestled in a valley between two hills.  It seemed irrational to have a sports pitch on top of a cliff.  If you … Continue reading

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43b – Rye to Rye Harbour

As we left Rye we saw Martello Tower #30, dilapidated and overgrown, stood in a private garden.  I think I would quite like a Martello Tower in my garden.  I could put it to good use. We crossed the Brede … Continue reading

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41c – Leaving Dungeness

It is impossible to walk out of Dungeness by heading west.  Lydd Ranges bar the way.  You have to walk north, inland, and circumnavigate the Ranges.  There is still a choice on how to leave, however:  the road, or a … Continue reading

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