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London with Heather Green

Friday, May 11, 2018 / Cathy Watson / Comments Off on London with Heather Green

Heather Green shares pictures here from a train trip to London.

From Uckfield she changed at East Croydon got Thameslink to St Pancras then walked along Euston up to Camden and round to Kings Cross – seven miles. Busy in places but interesting with free British Library.

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Sovereign Harbour with John Moar

Friday, May 11, 2018 / Cathy Watson / Comments Off on Sovereign Harbour with John Moar

Sovereign Harbour is good in the sunshine, says John Moar. Plenty of choice for a meal or snack and lovely views and reflections.

Thanks to John for sharing his photographs via the Uckfield News Where I’ve been this week Facebook group.

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Hempstead Meadows Nature Reserve with David John Piotrowski

Friday, May 11, 2018 / Cathy Watson / Comments Off on Hempstead Meadows Nature Reserve with David John Piotrowski

Thanks to David John Piotrowski for sharing his photographs of Hempstead Meadows Nature Reserve on the Uckfield News Where I’ve been this week Facebook group. See them below.

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Sovereign Harbour to Beachy Head with Julie Goff

Friday, April 27, 2018 / Cathy Watson / Comments Off on Sovereign Harbour to Beachy Head with Julie Goff

Julie Goff made the most of a beautiful, if windy, day, to park, free of charge, at Sovereign Harbour and walk to Beachy Head and back.

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Rottingdean Windmill with Heather Green

Friday, April 27, 2018 / Cathy Watson / Comments Off on Rottingdean Windmill with Heather Green

Heather Green was inspired by other posts in the Where I’ve been this week series to visit Rottingdean Windmill. She wasn’t disappointed and says she will be going back.

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Eastbourne Marina with Mike Belford

Friday, April 27, 2018 / Cathy Watson / Comments Off on Eastbourne Marina with Mike Belford

Thanks to Mike Belford for sharing his pictures taken at Eastbourne Marina with us via the Uckfield News Where I’ve been this week Facebook page.

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Big Parks, Peacehaven, with Stephanie Coleman

Friday, April 27, 2018 / Cathy Watson / Comments Off on Big Parks, Peacehaven, with Stephanie Coleman

There’s free entry and parking, along with a little cafe, at Big Parks in Peacehaven which is recommended by Stephanie Coleman.

Stephanie says there’s lots of sand and things to do for all ages – and she’d like to see a similar park in Uckfield!

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Bluebells at Boothland Wood by Simon C Powell

Friday, April 27, 2018 / Cathy Watson / Comments Off on Bluebells at Boothland Wood by Simon C Powell

The bluebells are here and Simon C Powell has found them first in Boothland Wood, behind the Victoria Pleasure Ground in Uckfield.

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Herstmonceux Castle with Heather Green

Friday, April 27, 2018 / Cathy Watson / Comments Off on Herstmonceux Castle with Heather Green

Heather Green recommends a walk at Herstmonceux Castle. She went a week too early (April 22) for the bluebells which are usually a carpet.

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Seaford Seafront

Friday, April 27, 2018 / Cathy Watson / Comments Off on Seaford Seafront

Katrina Parks enjoyed a walk along Seaford Seafront, borrowed a ‘twitcher’s’ binoculars to look at the Cormorants and then saw the Kittywakes nesting on the cliff.

She said: “Some nice additions with the new food pit stops (will try another day) oh and a group all playing the ukulele and singing Tom Jones’s ‘Deliah’.

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