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Beckley Walk, near Rye
An easy walk taking in the village of Beckley and nearby woodland, a Wildlife Trust Reserve.
Walking Route Details:
County: East Sussex
Distance: 3 miles
Difficulty of walk: Easy
Estimated time to complete walk: 1
Terrain details: A generally easy walk with stiles and some muddy paths (depending on weather).
Type of route: Circular
Starts: Beckley Village(Grid reference: TQ 856240)
Ends: as above(Grid reference: as above)
How to get there: Buses: A regular service operates Monday to Saturday between Hastings and Northiam with a stop in Beckley. Trains: The closest mainline station at Rye (5.5 miles from Beckley) has a regular service. Parking: Parking is available in Beckley
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