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Hugh Bonneville Mar 20
A memorable adventure, from Winchester ➡️ East Meon ➡️ Cocking ➡️ Amberley ➡️ Devil’s Dyke ➡️ Firle Beacon ➡️ Beachy Head & Eastbourne. Amazing countryside, fun company dropping in & out, good pubs, sore feet. And free. More photos here -
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Duncan Craig May 6
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South Downs National Park Jun 19
It's 🚰 As well as a number of pubs and cafes around the National Park to fill up your water bottles, there are 12 potable water taps along the . Find out where they are 👉
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Angus Carlyle Mar 31
Long shot this but if anyone was out on the in the late this afternoon, my Canon G7X camera fell out of my backpack while running. Slightly scuffed but of great sentimental value, especially the contents of the SD card, which features lots of dew ponds.
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South Downs National Park Jun 7
Best of luck to everyone running the tomorrow, taking on all 100 miles of the South Downs Way 💪 Stay safe, have fun and enjoy the incredible landscape around you.
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Dave Clark Sep 22
These heroes are walking 100 miles this week My new knee and I walked the first 13 miles.
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Hugh Bonneville Nov 21
Thanks to the players of for supporting the ’s Campaign, which is dedicated to repairing the most damaged parts of the trail.
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KatharineBeer Jun 21
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Richard Dec 27
To all my running friends, I need some advice, I have Never had trail shoes. Would these all terrain craze be ok for chalk,gravel,flint runs ( runs on the ) ??
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runr Aug 18
Love running down hill - always so much fun! 💚🙌🏻
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South Downs National Park Jun 19
Less than 48 hours until this year's If you're out on the South Downs Way on Friday be sure to say 'Hi' to our staff and rangers. Or, better yet, come join us on one of the legs 🚶‍♀️ 📷Matt Pitts
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BSUH NHS LGBTQ+ Network May 20
Some pictures from our lovely walk around Devil's Dyke on Saturday 11th May 2019.
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Kevin Rojas Jun 13
I do sometimes run outside & on hills 😀 Slightly hard of hearing at the moment in the left ear but glad to have been out jogging in some miles 🏃‍♂️🌬
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Amanda Wood-Jones Feb 3
Brilliant morning on the with the lovely peeps. Little bit chilly to start but the hills soon warmed us up!
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Olly Parry-Jones Jun 30
New blog post: Day 6: My final day. Walking towards complete of the .
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Rob Reynolds Feb 3
Happy to support ⁦⁩ ‘Walk for Life’ today. looked stunning in the sun and snow. Great views from Beacon Hill. Thank you to all volunteers for organising.
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Marmalade MTB Jun 22
🔉👌🏻🔉 Hands up if you think our Paul loves his job 🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️ 🤣👍🏻🤣 Day 1 of our weekender is almost done! (It is now 😉)
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Ruth Valerio May 12
Beautiful day walking a chunk of the with my brother and sister
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Visit South Downs May 27
I'm sure not many of you have 7 Sisters!! But here in the South Downs we have Seven beauties!! A series of chalk cliffs, sitting between Seaford and Eastbourne. These should definitely be on your to see list for your South Downs trip!
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Scott Chaussée Jun 2
I finished! Sitting on the train back to Winchester and it hasn't really sunk in what we just did. Thank you for the amazing journey on the !
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