poetry

    Rodmell, South Downs, East Sussex: Virginia Woolf

     ‘It will be our address for ever and ever’ ‘’Why not stay here forever and ever enjoying this immortal rhythm, in which both eye and soul are at rest?’ KEY DATA Terrain: Steep slopes Starting point: Southease Station, BN8 6EP Distance:  19.2 kms (12 miles) Walking time:  6hrs 1 min OS Map: Explorer OL25. This […]

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    Boscastle, Cornwall: Thomas Hardy

    ‘Why go to Saint-Juliot? What’s Juliot to me? I was but made fancy By some necromancy That much of my life claims the spot as its key.’ ‘A Dream or No’ (1912-1913) KEY DATA Terrain: Steep undulations in places, firm going Starting point: Boscastle Harbour, PL35 0HD Distance: 8.8 kms (6.1 miles) Time: 3 hrs 10 mins […]

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