A friend has suggested this route (or something like it, but with less walking on roads).
Starting around Charleston, the National Trust property where Vanessa Bell lived, crossing the Downs and the river where Virginia Woolf took her own life, then visiting the house where she wrote her wonderful books (also now owned by the National Trust).
Finishing with a walk to Lewes, where there’s a ruined priory.
I’m hugely keen. There’s art, mental health – and storytelling in the great outdoors.
Any additional thoughts, please leave a comment…