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Sussex Hospice Trail - a 200 mile route connecting 12 hospice areas The Sussex Hospices Trail consists of 26 mapped walks which have been created across the length and breadth of the county, covering a total of more than 200 miles of coast and countryside. The trail runs from Chichester in the west to St Leonards in the east, and reaches as far north as Horsham with coastal stages that include Worthing, Brighton and Hove and Eastbourne. Here you will find a list of the guides that contain full text directions with a map showing the route. Photographs, points of interest and background details of sites along the way are also given. The hospices of Sussex are dedicated to providing specialist end-of-life care. Friends of Sussex Hospices has worked with partners and supporters to create the Sussex Hospices Trail, a 200 mile long-distance path to support and raise awareness of the twelve hospice care providers that serve the adults and children of Sussex. Friends of Sussex Hospices is a registered charity run entirely by volunteers. It raises funds, through a variety of activities, to support the running costs of all twelve hospice care providers that serve the adults and children of Sussex Find out more at https://www.hospicestrail.co.uk/

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I just love this walk and do it quite often. Beautiful views and scenery. West Sussex at its best... once you get out of Billingshurst.! I now use a different route From the station via Natt’s Lane and cut across the fields to the other side of the Limeburners pub. Can get a bit muddy in a couple of the low level fields if very wet but otherwise good paths so best done in dry weather.Enjoy!

Enjoyed this walk. Not an easy route having inclines and a few confusing points. Only thing I wish we’d checked was train times. Having got to Crowhurst had to wait an hour for a train to get home. Better planning on my part.

Nice trail. Fairly easy with nice scenery and wildlife.

This is a lovely walk with only one steady hill to climb with a fair bit of off road, great views along the way, there are a few paths that were overgrown but good signage with the opportunity to stop for refreshments through the villages, the walk is quite exposed in many places to the sun, I recommend plenty of sun cream and a good pair of walking boots.

Lovely easy walk in very dry weather but can see areas that would be very muddy. Nice mix of deep countryside and pretty villages with pavement walking. Finishing in Arundel with a nice cold lager!

A lovely springtime walk a little tough in places but well worth doing many places for refreshments and lovely scenery.

Walked the section from Goring-by-Sea Station to Worthing pier today. This excellent walk is exactly as described in the notes.

Nice walk after a slightly suburban opening section. Very muddy and wet almost throughout, stout boots or wellies a must!

A lovely easy walk across some beautiful countryside.

My grandson enjoyed this walk more because of the donkeys we encounter along the way than the slight hills along the way.The RSPB wood was a blaze of colours with the wild flowers all in all a enjoyable way to spend a couple of hours.

Attempted this route in reverse but were diverted a number of times due to floods. Finally made it to the limeburners after 5 hours, will reattempt in the summer.

Stunning walk with the most gorgeous views, villages and even a few llamas.

A lovely walk along the seafront from bustling port to recreational paradise

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