South Downs Way – To the Big V above Streat

South Downs Way - To the Big V above Streat

I am continuing my walk along the South Downs Way – this stretch commences from Ditchling Beacon and gets to the big V n the northern slope. I am joined by the lovely Julia Hartley and Kevin Hall. In 1887 the country was celebrating Queen Victoria’s silver jubilee. Ten years later, her diamond jubilee followed. […]

GoPro 8 Test – A Walk to Shoreham’s St Mary De Haura

GoPro 8 Test - A Walk to Shoreham's St Mary De Haura

The new GoPro 8 camera have an improved on-board microphone, and it is really rather good if you can prevent the wind blowing against it. In today’s video, I have made a Heath Robinson wind gag. You can buy them for a little money, but I thought I would see if I could improvise with […]

Villages along the A24 – Washington, West Sussex

Villages along the A24 - Washington, West Sussex

Continuing the mini series exploring the villages along the Worthing to London road, the A24, Julia and I have come to rural community of Washington. It lies at the foot of the South Downs on the north face. John Ireland, the composer, live here in a windmill and just under two thousand years ago there […]

Exploring Ditchling Down – The Southdowns in East Sussex

Exploring Ditchling Down - The Southdowns in East Sussex

I am clambering around the wonderful Southdowns on Ditchling Down, in East Sussex. I want to show off the fabulous northern escapements and coombes of the Downs above the village of Ditchling. Very often when we look at the Southdowns from the Sussex Weald we see the range of undulating hills in silhouette because the […]

Southdowns Way – Jack and Jill Windmills to Ditchling Beacon

Southdowns Way - Jack and Jill Windmills to Ditchling Beacon

I am exploring the Southdowns Way and in this video I take a short walk from the jack and Jill windmills above Clayton in East Sussex to wonderful beauty spot, Ditchling Beacon. It’s a cold, reasonably bright winter’s morning and the walk is probably only a mile and a half, but there is plenty to […]