Fri, 16 Sept|
Junction of Staplefield Road & Coos Lane
Water - and what it does
Reflections; erosion, corrosion, waves and weathering – lots of water and wetness to see and chat about as we walk in the Slaugham, Warninglid, and edge of Leonardslee areas. Led by Philip Hetherington, CPRE Sussex.
Time & Location
16 Sept 2022, 10:00
Junction of Staplefield Road & Coos Lane, Handcross, Haywards Heath RH17 6AD, UK
About the event
Distance: 8 miles
Duration: 4-5 hours including stops at points of interest and for refreshment
Difficulty level: Moderate (approx 8 stiles, some short hills and muddy patches)
Walk Leader: Philip Hetherington, CPRE Sussex
Starting at Furnace Pond (water power and the iron industry); reflections; erosion, corrosion, waves and weathering – lots of water and wetness to see and chat about as we walk in the Slaugham, Warninglid, and edge of Leonardslee areas. And we will take in some stretches of the High Weald Landscape Trail and Ouse Valley Way.
Meeting point: TQ 250 280 (N.B. nearest postcode, RH17 6AD, takes you 600 m too far north). Meet eastern end of Furnace Pond, where Staplefield Road meets Coos Lane. What3Words: https://w3w.co/trucks.dishing.youths
Informal parking on east and south sides of pond. No charges
No dogs. Children welcome if accompanied by adult or guardian. Bring a packed lunch!