New Book of Sussex Rambles for All: Favourites from the 4Sight Vision Support Ramblers Group

A new book of 35 rambles in the stunning Sussex countryside has been released to mark the tenth anniversary of the 4Sight Vision Support Ramblers Group. ‘Short Rambles in the Sussex

Countryside And Days Out’ by Jane Aston features walks carefully documented and designed to be suitable for everyone who likes a shorter walk, including those with sight loss or vision impairment. The book is sold in aid of 4Sight Vision Support which works with the sight impaired community across West Sussex. The Charity recently received the prestigious Queens Award for Voluntary Service, one of only four Sussex charities to do so, and also celebrates its 100th anniversary this year.

The 4Sight Vision Support Ramblers Walks: Short Rambles in the Sussex Countryside and Days Out’ costs £7.99 with all proceeds going to the Charity. It is available direct from 4Sight Vision Support – please call 01243 828555. The charity is currently looking for sighted guide volunteers for the Rambling Group – please call if you are interested in joining.

The coastal scene image shows Birling Gap, featured on Walk No. 30 from the book. Credit: John Hayward.

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