SUMMER SAUNTER TO STOUGHTON. Sunday, June 8th, 2014

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Trevor:- 12 gathered at the beginning of what was to be a glorious June day. We
set off along the SDW before turning down into the shade of the forest. Up
and then down again into Singleton and with the sun high in the sky and near
perfect clear day we reached the top of the Trundle to experience views of
Goodwood, the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight. Then
onto Kingley Vale known for its twisted and ancient yews and which are among
the oldest living things in Britain. The very steep climb out of the vale
was rewarded with more great views towards the coast. Lunch was taken in the
village of Stoughton. Returning back through the West Dean estate to reach
the SDW and eventually back to the car park. Thanks to Lisa for the route
and leading on a great day out

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