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Balcombe Viaduct Guided Tours – Ease Into The Ouse
Guided Tours in Brighton and Sussex are pleased to announce that after further research and enquiries, walking tours can now go ahead.
“Guided tours of up to 30 people may take place indoors or outdoors provided businesses undertake risk assessments in line with this guidance document and put any necessary mitigations in place.”
I am currently putting in place risk assessments for these tours based on industry guidelines and these will be available online before each tour takes place. Look forward to seeing you all soon:
To limit the numbers effectively you will need to book in advance which is easy to do by reserving a spot here and I will send you the link to pay via Paypal or card . This will also help social distancing as you won’t have to pay on the day – RESERVE YOUR SPOT.
Something new for the summer. Join me on a walk to the Ouse Valley Viaduct ,described as one of the most beautiful viaducts in Britain.
Built in 1842 by Jonathan Rastrick and David Mocatta ( who designed Brighton station ) it’s a Victorian marvel of engineering. You’ve probably been over it many times on the train to London but we’re going to see it from a different perspective, wandering among the 37 identical arches ( selfie heaven )
The walk starts at Haywards Heath train station at the front entrance and its 2.5 miles through the Sussex countryside and back again by the same route . On the way you’ll hear about the triumphs and disasters involved in creating the London to Brighton line.