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Location

Unnamed Rd, Pulborough

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Date Added:

June 17, 2020

Parking

6ft5 restricted height entrance to small, free car park. Very bumpy typical of locations like this. Nearest postcode is RH20 1PZ but this takes you just past it, so best bet just put Lord's Piece into your sat nav it took me right there. Second car park also in the NW corner off Coates Lane.

Terrain

Couple of slightly hilly sections but overall easy going. Mainly sandy heathland, and woodland pathways throughout. Kissing gate entrance to the heath from the car park.

Water

There is a large pond if you turn left out of the main car park. In truth though we kept Hank away from this as is quite dark water so thought he may come out a bit mucky!

Poo Bins

No poo bins here

Local Info

Not far from Bignor Roman Villa. Also 'The area supports the last surviving British colony of the Field Cricket'

Walk Distance:

2.5km

Date Walk Added:

June 17, 2020
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Author Review

A real change of scenery here, it's very picturesque with a wide open sandy heathland with a variety of large old trees seemingly dropped in sporadically creating a unique place to come and walk.

It's not huge, the walk took about 45 minutes and we pretty much walked the whole perimeter in a large triangle. The edges do line roads and paths but they're not busy at all so was still very peaceful, and there's normally plenty of space between actual pathways and the wire fence which seemed to be all the way around so lots of off-lead walking.

Around the edges is a bit hillier in parts and there's a few woodland sections to venture through, and various different sandy paths across the heath to vary your walk.

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