Explore Cissbury Ring

Our next event was to have been on Sunday 17th July but is now postponed to 28 August because of the extreme weather forecast for the July date.  It is  a walk to explore Cissbury Ring with local archaeologist David Dunkin.  The walk will begin at Nepcote Green, Findon (the site of the Findon Sheep Fair).  There is a small car park at the top of the green and at the westerly end there is parking in Nepcote itself if the car park is full.

We will approach Cisbury Ring by the Monarchs Way.  The round trip is 2.5 to 3 miles and includes a fairly gentle ascent of Cissbury. – Ed.

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