Micro-Pilgrimage Friday 11th September 2020

***  Good News at Last! ***

We are delighted to announce that the Micro-Pilgrimage Walk in West Sussex has now been rescheduled to Friday 11th September 2020.   The walk will begin at the magnificent ruin of Boxgrove Priory, and then through the village common – where the oldest fossils in Britain have been found dating back half a million years.  Then, it will be on through Hazel Coppice and up onto the ancient flint mine of Long Down Hill and down into the idyllic village of Eartham and past St Margaret’s Church which dates back to 1100.  Highlights include the wonderfully named Gobblestobb Copse, where it is believed that Saxon nobility once hid from the Normans.  Finally, the wonder of Arundel: its Castle and Cathedral, and lastly St Nicholas’ Church, one of the Trust’s Sanctuary Churches.  Bring friends, family and/or godchildren and join us on this wonderful and scenic walk.  We will have a guide along some of the way, author and natural navigator Tristan Gooley, to tell us about the natural landscape.  The walk will will suit all ages and abilities.  There is a chance to join it halfway.  For more details and/or to apply for this walk simply go into the Members Area*, read the Application Form, fill in your details and send it to Hannah Niesler – her details are at the bottom of the form.  We very much look forward to seeing you.  (* – you will need our Login Username and Password – if you have forgotten it, please contact:  ali@everington.net )