Mon, 11 Sept|
Dark Skies of the High Weald
Enjoy a leisurely twilight walk and talk led by members of the High Weald AONB team and a local stargazing expert, all about the importance if the High Weald's clear, starry night skies. You'll also be treated to an atmospheric Dark Skies Story.
Time & Location
11 Sept, 19:30
Forest Row, Colemans Hatch Rd, Forest Row RH18 5JP, UK
About the event
PLEASE NOTE THIS WALK IS NOW FULL. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be added to the waiting list and we'll let you know if a spot opens up.
This walk is led by Samantha Nicholas and Rachel Bennington from the High Weald AONB Team, with special guest Doug Edworthy, a local stargazing expert. This is an easy walk starting as the sun goes down so that we can look at the wonder of the stars in High Weald sky. There will be two stops so that we can look at the stars and listen to Stories of the Stars. There will also be a short talk on the importance or reducing light pollution. Please bring something to sit on i.e. chair or picnic rug and wear appropriate clothing as it may be cold.
Duration: 1.5 hours
Meeting point: Broadstone Car Park Ashdown Forest (parking charges apply, pay via app or over the phone - more details here), map ref:TQ433323, Postcode RH18 5JP
Dogs welcome on short leads, accompanied children welcome. Toilet facilities en route.