Wilde Walks: Buriton Chalk Pits

It’s a humid day in the South Downs and Suzie Wilde’s Wilde Walk catches a glimpse of an industrial past.

Warning: may contain panting.

Where are the Buriton Chalk Pits?


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For more information about the Buriton Chalk Pits, see this article on the Buriton village website and this educational resource from our partner, Petersfield Museum.

Go Wilde yourself

If you would like to share your thoughts on this walk or suggest a Wilde Walk for Suzie to try then please get in touch at team@petersfieldradio.uk or by phone 01730 887399.

Wilde Walks: the Eildon Hills

Suzie Wilde’s Wilde Walks take us to the Eildon Hills near Melrose in the Scottish Borders this week.

Convenient for author Suzie’s latest book launch, this group of three hills looks down over Melrose.

Follow Suzie, Richard and Raine as they spot birds, squirrels and more in this beautiful and sometimes overlooked area of Britain.

Suzie Wilde’s Wilde Walks are enjoyable explorations around Petersfield.

Today, Suzie lets her imagination run as wild as the walk itself.

Where are the Eildon Hills?

Just South of Melrose in the Scottish Borders


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Go Wilde yourself

If you would like to share your thoughts on this walk or suggest a Wilde Walk for Suzie to try then please get in touch at team@petersfieldradio.uk or by phone 01730 887399.

Wilde Walks: Iping Common

Suzie Wilde’s Wilde Walks are enjoyable explorations around Petersfield.

Today, Suzie lets her imagination run as wild as the walk itself.

Where is Iping Common?

Take the A272 towards Midhurst. Just before the village of Stedham the common is on your right. Turn right into the road signed to Elsted and Harting to reach the car park.


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Go Wilde yourself

If you would like to share your thoughts on this walk or suggest a Wilde Walk for Suzie to try then please get in touch at team@petersfieldradio.uk or by phone 01730 887399.

Wilde Walks: the Roman Road on Chapel Common

Suzie Wilde’s Wilde Walks are enjoyable explorations around Petersfield.

Today, Suzie brings us to Chapel Common and the site of a Roman Road, still recognisable after all these years.

Hear Suzie and labrador Raine as they enjoy this summer walk under full leafed trees in beautiful Hampshire.

Raine

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Wilde Walks: Walderton and Stoughton

Local author Suzie Wilde accompanies two dogs, Raine and George, on a country walk around Walderton and Stoughton. Her walk starts in a dilapidated farmhouse and barn.

Listen to the audio to learn the significance for Suzie of ‘the birthday walk’.

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Raine and George

The area

Take the Emsworth road at South Harting to reach this beautiful hilly area.


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Wilde Walks: The Hangers to Hawkley

Local author Suzie Wilde takes a walk from the Poet’s Stone to Hawkley along the Hangers Way with her curious labrador Raine.

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The Ashford Hangers

Shoulder of Mutton Hill is within the Ashford Hangers, just North of Steep. For a longer walk, try starting at The Harrow pub in the village and climbing the Hangers.


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Wilde Walks: Chapel Common

If you want a very dog-friendly walk that avoids steep hills this is for you, as local author Suzie Wilde discovers in her latest ‘Wilde Walk’.

If you would like to share your thoughts on this walk, suggest a walk for Suzie to try or comment on the loss of a pet then please get in touch at team@petersfieldradio.uk or by phone 01730 887399.

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Where is Chapel Common?

Pass the garden centre and computer shop in Rake and continue for just over 1km. It’s on the left before you get to Liphook cricket club and the Black Fox inn.


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