Our autumn / winter newsletter is now out
Focus on… the South Downs The South Downs NPA has recently launched a free guide to 12 car-free sections of the South Downs Way.A pdf with routes and travel information is available to download from their website, and printed versions are available by post or at Tourist Information centres.Much of the initial planning for Car Free Walks was done in the hills (and pubs) near Brighton and Lewes, so we are especially delighted to share this news! Read full article
The last few years have seen the pitter-patter of tiny feet arrive in our household.
This has slightly truncated my ability to head for the hills at the drop of a hat, but I have learnt that becoming a parent doesn’t have to mean the end of car-free adventures – it just means the adventures start a little nearer to home.With a little extra expenditure and planning, children can easily become car-free walkers – much as they were for the millions of years before the age of the automobile. Read full blog entry
Each quarter we enter everyone who submits a car-free walk to our website into a prize draw to win some goodies.
For the October to December 2016 prize draw we are giving away five copies of 'West Somerset Railway Country Walks from our stations' by Malcolm and Natalie Short, along with an extra seasonal gift of a Car Free Walks fleece hat. This full colour book is an ideal companion for those wishing to explore the beautiful countryside surrounding the West Somerset Railway - the longest steam railway in England. Read more on how to win