We have miles of footpaths and bridle ways in the Parish and all will take you through beautiful, rolling countryside. East Sussex County Council have produced digital versions of footpath maps (see below); the map below gives you an indication of the extent of our local footpath network. All are marked on the local OS maps.
East Sussex County Council released digital maps of rights of way in February 2011. Click here for the link to the ESCC website - you'll have to insert your point of interest.
Local residents and visitors can are welcome to join either or both of the two organised walking groups in the community organised by Richard Harden and Ijohn Jenner:
The walks for the first half of this year (2014) will take place on:
I will put the dates for the second half of the year on the website at a later date.
Everyone is welcome; if you are interested and would like to find out more, please contact Roger Cloke on 01435 884312
For more details please contact Jon Jenner 01435 882045
On the first Wednesday of each month, I plan a walk around our countryside for anyone who would like to come along. These “walks” are gentle strolls for those who like to take time to enjoy our beautiful countryside at a leisurely pace. We leave the Bear Car Park at 9 a.m. and are always home before lunchtime.
We'd like to know if the footpaths within our Parish are blocked, bridges or stiles damaged, or to hear about any problems that prevent their usage. Maintenance is the responsibility of East Sussex County Council but please contact me, Councillor I. Jenner here or by telephone on 01435 882 045, with full details of the location and the problem, and accompanied by digital images, if possible. I will bring these problems to the attention of East Sussex County Council and ask them to address the issue(s).
One of the most popular walks in the area is the 7 mile Burwash Walk. Hard copies are available from ESCC and Burwash Post Office alternatively click here to download a brochure on the Burwash Walk (PDF - 278k)
This local walk was featured in the Daily Telegraph in October 2010. It travels across National Trust Land around Bateman's, and explores the countryside that infleunced many of hi poems including Puck of Pook's Hill. For details click here.
More local walks can be found on the Walking World website - click here.
Thousands of free walking routes or you can add your own favourite walks on Walk4Life. Look for a walking event if you want people to walk with, or take a virtual walking challenge!" You can also find local walks around Burwash by clicking on the widget below: