The Lamb Pagham ©2011 Bill Martin

SWALK (Sidlesham Walk and Lunch Klub) meets once month to walk to a local pub for lunch and back again – typically taking about two hours for the outward journey with a shorter route back. In the summer months taking a picnic lunch enables us to explore less populated areas.

SWALK started in August 2009 when 8 friends walked from Sidlesham Quay to The Lamb at Pagham for lunch. There are now 40 people on the circulation list with about 20 participants on each SWALK. You would be most welcome to join us.

Details of forthcoming SWALKs can be found on the Diary of Events page.

Further information is available from Bill Martin (SWALK@mwhg.org.uk).


The aim of the Sidlesham Walk and Lunch Klub (SWALK) is for people to socialise and gain the health benefits of walking. Information provided by SWALK is intended as a general guide and has been provided in good faith.

SWALK reminds every walker that each individual is responsible for their own safety as well as that of others in the group. Walkers should ensure that they have suitable footwear and clothing for the weather conditions as well as the terrain and that they carry water with them if needed.

Dogs, under control, are most welcome. Some pubs, however, may not allow dogs into their restaurant area.

Although SWALK is organised as an official activity within The Manhood Wildlife and Heritage Group, the leaders cannot be held responsible for any loss, injury or damage caused on a walk nor on the journey to and from each walking venue, however caused.

Walking can be demanding and it is the responsibility of each individual to ensure they are fit enough to complete the distance before joining any walk. If there are any doubts a ‘would be’ walker should consult a doctor and if you have a medical condition, please make sure that someone within the group knows about it.

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