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Events and Activities

Iron Hill Health Walk

16 September 2019

Car park at Liphook Station.

A walk taking you through Iron Hill, a Forestry Commission site and along some of the Sussex Border Path and Serpent Trail. A fairly easy walk with some inclines and some uneven ground. It is about 2.5 miles long. Delivered as part of the Heathlands Reunited Project.

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Iron Hill Health Walk

16 September 2019

Meeting point at Liphook station, GU30 7DN.

A 2.5 mile gentle health walk taking you through Iron Hill Forestry Commission site and along some of the Sussex Border Path and Serpent Trail. Delivered as part of the Heathlands Reunited Project.

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Chapel Common Health Walk

19 September 2019 to 15 September 2019

Chapel Common Parking Area.

A level easy going walk on heathland tracks, including part of the Serpents Trail looking at some of the special features of our Heathland heritage. On land managed by the South Downs National Park Authority (on behalf of landowner, Mr Mir) and delivered as part of the Heathlands Reunited Project. Take the lead on the […]

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Chapel Common Health Walk

19 September 2019

Chapel Common, Parking area 200m along the track on the right hand side.

A level, easy going walk on heathland tracks, including part of the Serpents Trail looking at some of the special features of our Heathland Heritage. On land Managed by the South Downs National Park Authority (on behalf of landowner, Mr Mir) and delivered as part of the Heathlands Reunited Project.  The route is 2 miles […]

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Chapel Common Health Walk

19 September 2019

Chapel Common Parking Area- 200m along track on right hand side

A level, easy going health walk on heathland tracks, including part of the Serpents Trail looking at some of the special features of our Heathland Heritage. On land Managed by the South Downs National Park Authority (on behalf of landowner, Mr Mir) and delivered as part of the Heathlands Reunited Project (https://www.southdowns.gov.uk/care-for/heathland/heathlands-reunited/)

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Family Fun Day at The Blue Idol

21 September 2019

The Blue Idol Quaker Meeting House, Oldhouse Lane, Coolham

We welcome you to bring a picnic so we can have a picnic lunch together, bring a blanket or chairs too if possible. A Blue Idol Friend will give a short child friendly talk about the Blue Idol and its history. Then we will have activities, games, refreshments and cake! A lovely community afternoon. Free. […]

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Autumn Bus Show

22 September 2019

Located in the heart of the South Downs national park, our Museum is dedicated to preserving the industrial heritage of the South East. With 36 acres to explore and over 40 exhibits to visit, you can discover the South’s working past. Exhibits include a working print shop, which is the only one of its kind in the South of England. The BT Connected Earth exhibit shows the history of communications, with interactive displays for all ages to enjoy. Our lime kilns are scheduled ancient monuments, which date back to when the site was once a working chalk quarry. The Life of Lime exhibition shows the history of the chalk quarry and its importance in Sussex’s industrial working past. Our Museum is also home to traditional crafts people such as the blacksmith. There is also a pottery on site, where our resident potters will showcase their skills on selected days. We have our own narrow gauge railway, which you can ride and explore around the site, with many different locos from steam, electric and diesel. We also have a historic bus service which takes you on a ride within our 36 acre site. With our own on-site café serving locally sourced produce, and many picnic areas. Our Museum is accessibility friendly and dogs are also welcome. Our private car park is located next to Amberley railway station. Amberley Industrial Museum is a great day out in Sussex for all the whole family.

Our ever popular bus rally returns for another year, with static displays and the opportunity to ride on the buses that are not normally available to the public. Come along and ride on a range of historic buses around our 36 acre site.

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Calligraphy: Italic

24 September 2019 to 03 December 2019

Venue: Cocking Village Hall, Bell Lane, Cocking, nr Midhurst.

A weekly course, suitable for complete beginners, those with a little experience, or those who have tried Italic in the past but who are rusty and wish to improve. The course runs for ten weeks (two hours per week) and will cover the Italic script, written with a broad-edged dip pen, plus associated capital letters. […]

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Ambersham Common Health Walk

25 September 2019

Ambersham Common, New Road, Midhurst

A gentle circular health walk around the SSSI site Ambersham Common, taking in some of the key management techniques that keep the habitat and wildlife thriving. Delivered as part of the Heathlands Reunited Project (southdowns.gov.uk/heathlands-reunited)

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Scooter Show

28 September 2019

Located in the heart of the South Downs national park, our Museum is dedicated to preserving the industrial heritage of the South East. With 36 acres to explore and over 40 exhibits to visit, you can discover the South’s working past. Exhibits include a working print shop, which is the only one of its kind in the South of England. The BT Connected Earth exhibit shows the history of communications, with interactive displays for all ages to enjoy. Our lime kilns are scheduled ancient monuments, which date back to when the site was once a working chalk quarry. The Life of Lime exhibition shows the history of the chalk quarry and its importance in Sussex’s industrial working past. Our Museum is also home to traditional crafts people such as the blacksmith. There is also a pottery on site, where our resident potters will showcase their skills on selected days. We have our own narrow gauge railway, which you can ride and explore around the site, with many different locos from steam, electric and diesel. We also have a historic bus service which takes you on a ride within our 36 acre site. With our own on-site café serving locally sourced produce, and many picnic areas. Our Museum is accessibility friendly and dogs are also welcome. Our private car park is located next to Amberley railway station. Amberley Industrial Museum is a great day out in Sussex for all the whole family.

Head back to the 1950’s and 60s with our celebration of scooters. Enjoy the nostalgia and see a wide range of Scooters on display around our 36 acre site.

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