Thanks to all who took part in the High Weald Walking Festival 2021
What a pleasure to be out walking in groups again! It's been a privilege to show off this spectacular and historic landscape with 34 free guided walks across the AONB.
We had sunny walks, rainy walks; sunrise, daytime and twilight walks; nature walks, history walks, walks with train rides, walks with fungi-spotting, stargazing and abbey-exploring. Big walks, small walks, challenging walks and gentle walks; not to mention the 30 self-guided walking routes that enabled residents and visitors alike to explore the AONB at their own pace.
See if you can spot yourself in our collage below - if you have any photos you'd be happy for us to share, please do send them to us!
If you've not already done so, we'd really appreciate it if you could tell us about your walking experience using our quick and easy online form: highwealdwalks.org/feedback. Your feedback will be a huge help as we make plans for next year.
Interested in more walks?
The Self-Guided Walks page of the Festival website now features ideas and inspiration for other places to walk in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Beauty, including the High Weald Landscape Trail and the revamped 1066 Country Walk from Pevensey to Rye. Take a look and start your next High Weald adventure.
A thank you from us
Special thanks go to everyone who gave up their time to lead a walk for the Festival; we're so very grateful for your support in helping us put on this fantastic event free of charge:
- Rother Ramblers,
- Battle Ramblers,
- High Weald Walkers
- Mid Sussex Ramblers
- Maidstone Ramblers
- RSPB Broadwater Warren
- Buchan Country Park
- Bedgebury Pinetum
- Long Distance Walking Association (Kent)
- Graham Kean (Wealden District Council)
- Kent & East Sussex Railway
- Hop Pickers Line Heritage Group
- CPRE Sussex
- National Trust Sheffield Park & Garden