Wilde Walk: bark and larks

Local author Suzie Wilde and her labrador Raine continue their popular series of local walks.

From Sheet, across the golf course, crossing the River Rother and around Stodham Lane, never far from home for Suzie and Raine. What larks at Easter.

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Wilde Walk: promenading in Felpham

Suzie Wilde and Raine visit the beach at Felpham, near Chichester only to find the storms have changed it beyond recognition.

These are not the only turbulent times at Felpham – William Blake was charged with sedition while he was staying in a cottage here.

Shifty shingle under stormy skies

How to get there

Felpham is just East of Bognor Regis on the West Sussex coast, about 40 minutes from Petersfield by road or 1 hour and 20 minutes by train via Havant and Chichester.


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Wilde Walk: a load of rhubarb

Suzie Wilde and Raine reflect on old shops, shopping lists and the Tusky Triangle en route to a Durleighmarsh for their consignment of rhubarb.

Wilde Walks are treks around the Petersphere with local author Suzie Wilde and her labrador, Raine. There’s a fresh walk every week.

Wilde Walk: Durford Wood after the storm

In the latest Wilde Walk from Petersfield author Suzie Wilde, she and her labrador Raine rise above the storm in Durford Wood, only to come sliding back to earth with a muddy tumble.

Wilde Walks are treks around the Petersphere with local author Suzie Wilde and her labrador, Raine. There’s a fresh walk every week.

Wilde Walk: retreat from the beaches

Suzie and Raine make a quick return to Chapel Common to escape coastal showers and acknowledge the lengthening days of mid-Winter.

May contain train sounds.

Wilde Walks are treks around the Petersphere with local author Suzie Wilde and her labrador, Raine. There’s a fresh walk every week.

Wilde Walk: Weald & Downland Living Museum

How can you get the past to come and meet you?

Suzie Wilde and Raine accompany museum warden Richard as he locks-up the buildings within the Weald & Downland living museum in Singleton.

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More information

You can find out more about the Weald and Downland Living Museum, including events, ticket prices and how to get there at its website https://www.wealddown.co.uk/