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Walks from the 125 and 122 bus

The 125 bus runs from Lewes to Glynde, Firle, Alfriston, Polegate and Eastbourne. 

The 122 bus runs from Lewes to Barcombe,

The normal frequency is every 2 hours and there is no service on Sunday.

For full details see Travel Line South East

WALKS FROM THE 125

Eric Ravilious and Peter Owen Jones, a walk from Glynde Station

The group of artists centred round Furlongs in Beddingham is less well known than the Bloomsbury Group along the road, but their paintings are better.  We also see feudalism at work and follow celebrity vicar Peter Own Jones.

The Bloomsburys, Maynard Keynes and the Old Coach Road

A gentle ramble visiting Berwick Church, with its famous wall paintings, Tilton Farm, Charleston House of Bloomsbury Fame, a folly and the Firle Estate, home of the Gages and 3 historic pubs, all with the glory of the Downland ridge at your side. 4.7miles 7.6km

WALKS FROM THE 122

Transports of Delight, Barcombe to Isfield

Old railways, closed and preserved, a bus route that needs preserving, an old canal, pubs, riverside walks, ice cream, boat rides, wild swimming, pastoral countryside. What else do you need? 6.5 km 4 miles

To Blackcap with the Monday Group (Cooksbridge to Lewes)

 Blackcap is one of the most attractive hills on the south downs. This route reaches it from Cooksbridge station, using a newly created path. The walk then continues over the Downs to Lewes. The walk features the work of the Monday Group. 5.5miles 8.9km, about 2 hours, a number of stiles, one steep climb.  Can be muddy after periods of rain.