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ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

The High Weald Walking Festival is a collaboration between a number of local branches of The Ramblers and the High Weald National Landscape Partnership

The Festival aims to help walkers of all abilities  explore and learn about the historic High Weald landscape.

 

Participants will be led by experienced and knowledgeable guides from a range of organisations with a passion for the countryside. For more information, visit our FAQ or Partners pages.

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MEET THE TEAM

Emma White (High Weald National Landscape Partnership)

Clive Grumett (High Weald Walkers)

Lionel Pringle (Rother Ramblers)

Bev Marks (Battle Ramblers)

Simon Stonard (Battle Ramblers)

Judith Bowron (Mid-Sussex Ramblers)

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HELP US SPREAD THE WORD

We'd love it if you could help promote our Festival! Encourage friends and family to sign up for updates via our mailing list, or share our posts on Facebook and Twitter.

HOW TO MAKE A DONATION

The High Weald Walking Festival is free of charge thanks to volunteers, and sponsorship.

 

If you would like to make a voluntary financial contribution towards Festival costs and helping to continue the event, donations will be gratefully received by bank transfer or cheque – please email us for details: info@highweald.org.

THE HIGH WEALD NATIONAL LANDSCAPE

Located in the heart of South East England and covering parts of Kent, Sussex and Surrey, the High Weald is one of 46 National Landscapes

It is a medieval landscape of rolling hills studded with sandstone outcrops, dense woodland, small, irregular-shaped fields, hedgerows, scattered farmsteads; and ancient routeways.

This extensive network of footpaths, bridleways and ancient byways makes the High Weald a walker’s paradise.

To learn more about the High Weald and the work of the High Weald National Landscape Partnership - which works to conserve and protect this precious place - visit www.highweald.org.

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