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We spent roughly an hour walking around Birchden Wood, a Forestry Commission site in East Sussex, earlier today. The weather was cold, sunny and crisp, with just a few wisps of cloud to be seen in the sky, and it was good to get out. There’s a nice, short trail (around 1.5 miles) that’s suitable for buggies, so we walked around that; unfortunately we didn’t make it over to Harrison’s Rocks – a sandstone outcrop that’s used by climbers – so we’ll have to pop back another time once my daughter R is properly walking.



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