The Pells is a beautiful L-shaped channel of water teeming with ducks and surrounded by elegant trees. This walk follows the Sussex Ouse Way along the riverbank, cuts under the railway and returns through a pretty woodland section, quiet residential area and twittens.
Parking: pay and display parking at Brook Street, but I think this might be the cheapest car park in the town and can fill up quickly. Public transport: nearby bus stops; approx half a mile from train station.
Health walk: if you’d like to join a group walk in the Lewes area, come and find us at The Needlemakers every Friday just before 10am. It will be a walk of about an hour walk led by trained community volunteers, completely free to take part and no need to book, just pop along.
Walked, checked, measured and photographed: October 2020
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To follow an interactive map on your phone, install the free Map my Walk app and see our “How to” page. If you are following on your phone, remember that signal can be patchy in rural areas or dense woodland, we strongly recommend a printed map or screenshot backup.