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Mr Bell At Beachy Head

For October the weather is being incredibly kind here in the UK, the sun is shining and the temperature although a little chilly is still very pleasant for the time of year. 467 more words



Why the hell are they called the South Downs anyway? It was as my lungs were bursting on today’s run (definitely more ups than downs) that I remembered reading somewhere or other that ‘downs’ meant chalk uplands in ancient English. 74 more words



Bobtails, swallow’s breast,

Old man’s beard frosts the trees –

A white autumn.


(c) Jackie Le Poidevin


The Weald

Up on the ridge of the South Downs in Sussex
the view is especially fine
And the good thing for us is that it’s really quite close… 54 more words


Countryside bliss

It sure feels like a Monday today. Especially after a relaxing weekend in the countryside. Joel and I met at extremely busy Waterloo station on Friday. 134 more words


Event: The South Downs launch of British Food Fortnight

On the evening of the 21st September I attended the launch of British Food Fortnight hosted on the picturesque grounds of the Rathfinny wine estate in Alfriston, East Sussex. 1,186 more words

Food And Drink

September 1 : South Downs : Ditchling

As we mentioned on a previous post, we were having a mini-break holiday in the South Downs National Park (Sussex). We were staying with the walking holiday group… 642 more words

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