Burgess Hill to Hassocks

View of water tower from path over railway near Burgess Hill. D.Allen Vivitar 5199 5mp

01-Jan-06 • magyardave2002 on Flickr

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South Downs from Park Barn Farm on the Sussex Border Path on the Burgess Hill to Hassocks (extra) walk 108

Mud to die for on the SBP between Ditchling & the South Downs. D. Allen Vivitar 5199 3 March 2007

01-Jan-06 • magyardave2002 on Flickr

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Burgess Hill to Hassocks - Sussex Border Path

View from top of the South Downs towards Indian War Memorial (just over the horizon as you follow the line of trees along the Sussex Border Path). D.Allen Vivitar 5mp

01-Jun-06 • magyardave2002 on Flickr

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The Hassocks PH

Hassocks, West Sussex

01-Jun-06 • magyardave2002 on Flickr

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Saturday Walkers Club Book 3 (extra) walk 108 - Burgess Hill to Hassocks: The Bull Inn & The Post Office Ditchling Sussex

The Sussex Border Path is an integral part of the Burgess Hill to Hassocks walk (via the South Downs) that goes through the charming village of Ditchling. As of May 2015 the building far left on the corner is now a cafe! D.Allen Vivitar 5mp

03-Mar-07 • magyardave2002 on Flickr

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South Downs ascent

It's That Man Again! Ascending the South Downs on the Sussex Border Path near Ditchling Beacon. Photo By D.Allen Vivitar 5 mp

01-May-07 • magyardave2002 on Flickr

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Ditchling gig

Summer Fete at St. Margaret's, Ditchling Sussex. D.Allen Vivitar 5199 5mp

26-Jul-07 • magyardave2002 on Flickr

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Burgess Hill to Hassocks walk

A long almost circular walk via the Sussex Border Path, Sussex Villages, and the South Downs Way ridge from Ditchling Beacon to Wolstonbury Hill

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Burgess Hill

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Isolated showers, sunny spells and becoming very warm.

Today:

Very warm, with variable amounts of cloud, but also sunny spells. Residual overnight showers will mostly die away, then dry for a time before isolated afternoon showers develop. Cooler along the coast with sea-breezes developing. Maximum Temperature 28C.

Tonight:

Any isolated, possibly heavy, showers around at first will fade away overnight. Then as clear spells develop so could patchy mist and fog. Minimum Temperature 16C.

Sunday:

Any early patchy mist or fog will soon clear, leaving a mainly dry and very warm or hot day. However, isolated showers may develop. Maximum Temperature 29C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

Each day sunny spells and a chance of showers, these especially for Wednesday, with some heavy and thundery showers possibly developing. Very warm or hot, also feeling humid.

Day 6 to 15

A good deal of fine, settled weather for most, particularly at first, with sunny spells and light winds, but with the risk of some thundery showers, especially in the southeast. Increasing threat of some organised rain spreading into western areas. Staying very warm, locally hot in the south. Looking further ahead a west-east split in conditions is likely to develop, with eastern and southeastern areas probably drier, more settled, very warm and increasingly humid, but always with the risk of isolated showers and thunderstorms. Further west it may be more changeable and breezy with some outbreaks of rain or showers, but also some drier and brighter interludes. Temperatures nearer normal in the west, but generally very warm elsewhere, with hot or very hot conditions at times, especially in the southeast.

Day 16 to 30

Throughout this period it seems most likely that the weather pattern will only evolve very slowly. The west of the UK is likely to see more in the way of breezier, cloudier conditions with some rain or showers at times, with these occasionally affecting other areas. Elsewhere, especially in the east, drier and more settled weather is expected to dominate, although with the ongoing risk of a few heavy showers or thunderstorms breaking out at times. Temperatures remaining above average for most, with the potential for further spells of very warm or hot conditions, and possibly very hot, especially in the southeast. Temperatures are likely to be often nearer normal in the west and northwest.

Met Office : SE : 2018-07-21T03:28:35