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These walks are primarily for members only, but if you wish to attend as a visitor or guest please send an email to giving your name and which outing you’d like to attend. All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Please note that no dogs are allowed on SOS walks.

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14 Nov 2017November mid-week walk
Location:RSPB Pagham Reserve - Sidlesham/Church Norton
Map Number:197
Map Ref:SZ857966
Leader:Chris Janman
07929 532764
Meet at the RSPB Pagham visitor centre on Selsey Road, Sidlesham at 9am. Commence with the area around centre, before walking south past Ferry Pool and Rife channels along the Ferry Channel footpath, down to Church Norton, including the beach. Although this is a half day, it is always good to have snacks and water with you. Public transport: Stagecoach 51 from Chichester bus station to Selsey stops outside Visitor Centre. (If you are using public transport please let know).
02 Dec 2017East Head & Snowhill Marsh
Location:West Wittering
Map Number:197
Map Ref:SZ765982
Leader:Bernie Forbes
07852 820886
Meet at far end of East Head car park (there is a parking charge), West Wittering at 9.30am. Distance approx. 6km in two parts. Toilets nearby. All day, bring lunch.
03 Dec 2017Dungeness RSPB Reserve
Map Number:189
Map Ref:TR062197
Leader:Richard Lowe
07749 299429
Meet at 9.30am at the reserves ARC Pit car park (opposite main entrance to reserve. Bring RSPB membership card or entrance fee required for subsequent entry to main reserve. If conditions allow we can move to Walland Marsh after lunch. All day, bring lunch.
19 Dec 2017Waltham Brooks SWT Reserve
Location:kissing gate on Brook Lane, Coldwaltham
Map Number:197
Map Ref:TQ025161
Leader:Jane Willmott, SWT Reserves Officer
01444 471358
Meet at 10am by the field gate with the added "kissing"gate on Brook Lane, Coldwaltham RH20 1LS. Half day circular walk highlighting the improvements undertaken by the Sussex Wildlife Trust resulting from SOS substantial funding (see Winter 2016 Newsletter). This area will be quite muddy on uneven paths.
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