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     Horsham Health & Leisure Walks


Denne area health & leisure walks February 2018 

All welcome to guided, free, sociable, HDC walks led by trained volunteers; no need to
book, just turn-up at the start point. Programme booklet containing over 250
walks is available from the Walks Co-ordinator on 07720 714 306 or online at  Beginners are recommended to contact the Walk
Leader to discuss suitability. All walks can be wet and muddy in places.

Forthcoming walks in the Denne Neighbourhood and neighbouring areas are as

(1001) Every Monday
10:45am: North Heath, Horsham, gentle 2 mile walk around the riverside. Suitable
for slow & new walkers. 1 to 1¼ hours. Meet at the Sussex Barn pub car park off North
Heath Lane. Leaders Ann & John
01403 268885

(1007) Every Wednesday 

10:30am: Horsham Park Stroll, 1½ mile flat walk on hard-surfaced paths around
the Park including a look at the pond. Very suitable for the elderly and people
recovering from illness, operation or accident. We usually stop for coffee in
the Conservatory Café. Dogs allowed on a lead. 1 to 1½ hours. Meet at the Bandstand in the Carfax. Leaders Doreen 01403
230293 or Wyn 01403 256630 or Emmy 01403 255517

(1002) Every Friday
10:30am: St Mary’s Church, Causeway, Horsham, Gentle 2½ mile walks for slow or new
walkers, mainly riverside and Chesworth Farm. Wheelchairs can be taken if
advance notice provided. 1½ hours. Leaders
Peter & Viv Tobutt 01403 260783

(2238) Every Sunday
& Wednesday 2:30pm: Horsham Welcome Walks A 2 mile walk taking 1½ -2 hours. Meet at the Museum in the Causeway. Horsham is a lovely place to live but do you know much about its
history? Join us and learn more about where we live and work. Supported by The
Horsham Society and HDC. Please ring for more information. Leader: Jill 07780 701184

Please note that Horsham Denne Neighbourhood Council is not responsible for the final policy or decision making of either Horsham District or West Sussex County Councils.  We are consulted by them and have statutory consultee status with regards Planning applications in our area. We have regular contact with Horsham District Council and West Sussex County Council and will represent your views on local issues.
You may email our clerk,  Sara Doy at

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