Summer walks 2 this week, more planned

Lordington Lavender Wednesday 11th July

Carmel Lynch is going to Lordington Lavender on Wednesday 11th June. If people wish to join her then meet in car park at 9.45 as the gates open at 10am. Early morning session is the least busy time of the day with the least number of people roaming around.

(Image Lorna Brown)

Entry cost £6.00 payable at the gate.

Address;
Lordington Farm,
Lordington,
Chichester,
PO189DX
lordingtonlavender.co.uk

East Head Thursday 12th July

David Abbott is leading a photo walk at East Head at 18:30 on Thursday 12th July. Dave suggests people park between the two village halls on the main road and start the walk through the church graveyard.

(Image David Abbott)

Chichester Allotments 9th August 6pm

(Image Rob Campling)

Looking further ahead Rob Campling is organising a trip to Chichester allotments. Rob has provided the following information:

Place: St Paul’s/Little Breach Allotments. No post code, but PO19 5UA gets you to the turning off St Paul’s Road that leads to Little Breach. The allotment gate is on the left right after the side road (Woodlands Lane) which leads to two schools. It has City Council notices plastered all over the gate.

Parking: On street parking – usually fairly easy at this time.

Meeting: I’ll be waiting at the gate.

Length of stay: An hour or two.

Wrap Up:  At the Rainbow Inn from 7.30. A  CAMRA pub but no food after c. 7pm

What to see:  It’s a large site with upwards of 60 allotments. Everything from the scrupulously tidy to the abandoned, plus hedgerows, trees and a tame fox. Sheds and greenhouses. A couple of chicken runs as well!  I’ll make sure the visit is publicised by the City Council so everyone will know the the Club are visting.

 

One thought on “Summer walks 2 this week, more planned”

  1. Anyone interested in photographing the “blood moon” on Friday 27th July? Since the moon will rise in the south-east, I’m suggesting going to either Brighton (West Pier), or Cuckmere Haven/Birling Gap, but I’m open to other suggestions.

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