The Chattri and the Windmills (Brighton & Hove City Council, PDF)
The Chattri (South Downs National Park, PDF)
- variety of walking routes to choose from – about 5 miles from Patcham to Jack and Jill windmills and back
- some steep climbs on some of the walks
- pub and tea rooms in Patcham. Pub at Pyecombe.
- accessible by bus
The first of these leaflets is Part of Brighton and Hove Council’s excellent ‘Downs on Your Doorstep’ series and details walking options for exploring the Downs north of Brighton, including the Chattri – a downland memorial for Indian soldiers who died in the first world war, and the iconic Jack and Jill windmills sitting high on the downs above the village of Clayton. You can start walks from Patcham on the northern edge of Brighton, Ditchling Road on the way to Ditchling Beacon or the downland village of Pyecombe.
The South Downs National Park leaflet details a 3.75m walk from Patcham, and also includes a walk in nearby Stanmer Park.