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Angmering Walks (PDF)

  • Choice of 3 walks – Copse Walk: 4 and 3/4 miles, Parkland Walk: 5 and 1/2 miles, Woodland Walk: 7 miles
  • mostly flat, sometimes muddy
  • pub along the way – The Woodman Arms
  • accessible by bus

buscup of tea

These three walks explore the fields, woodland and paddocks around the Angmering Estate in the South Downs National Park, north of Angmering village and the A27. The private Angmering Park Estate dates back to at least 1279 and is well known for its fantastic display of bluebells in the spring. It even hosts an annual 10k bluebell trail run (now sold out for 2016 ).   The third of these walks – the Woodland Walk – is the best for bluebells.

These walks are well described and illustrated, but the details may be  little dated, not that much changes too fast on the estate.

For a longer walk (11/12 miles), try the  circular walk walk between Burpham and Angmering Forest (Fancy Free Walks, PDF)

For more woodland and Bluebell walks nearby, see the World’s End Patching Walks.

The Woodland Trust has some good photos of the Angmering Park Estate on its website.