A blow by the sea

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Lowland and Hill Walks
Jan 22

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7.5 miles and pancake-flat.

The natural harbour at Chichester has been used for shelter from the sea (and Solent) to the south for centuries: it was used by the Romans who built the near-by Fishbourne Palace, with its magnificent mosaic floors. The harbour contains several low-lying islands and is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, containing many rare species of flora and fauna.

Our walk will follow the well-made coastal path around one of the islands, taking in the sights and sounds of the harbour. There'll be an opportunity for a lunch-time paddle (only for the brave/numb). Note that there's no shelter on the walk, so wrap-up warm!

Well-behaved dogs are welcome on this walk.

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COVID-19 – IMPORTANT, Please read the following before you sign up to this event:

  • Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms, even if they are extremely mild, or who lives or is in a support bubble with someone showing symptoms, is asked not to attend. This is in line with the government’s coronavirus advice.
  • You must also immediately self-isolate and not attend the event if you or someone in your household or support bubble shows coronavirus symptoms or tests positive. Read the NHS self-isolation guidance.
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