Devils Dyke - A Wellbeing Walking Event

Devils Dyke - A Wellbeing Walking Event
Thank you for your interest in this event, it is now closed for bookings. If you have pre-registered you should have received the pre-event information via email. All enquires can be sent to

We are delighted to offer this opportunity to full members of the College as part of the Rejuvenate. Thrive. Breathe. (RTB) paramedic wellness programme.

Led by qualified Mountain Leaders, these well-being walks are perfect for meeting like-minded people in a safe environment. This walk will be taking place at Saddlescombe on Saturday 23rd April 2022 08:30-17:00

About this event
This event is open to full members of the College of Paramedics only and we have limited places of 12.

Our aim, is to promote outdoor recreation as a means of improving mental health and wellbeing.
This is an introductory event aimed at:
People new to the activity
People that used to spend time in the outdoors but, for whatever reason, have lost the confidence to do so
People that are looking to meet like-minded people so that they can plan their own adventures

Using the Mental Health Continuum, this event will be most suited to those members who feel they are 'thriving' or 'surviving'; members who feel they need a little time out in the open countryside and have a breather. 

The Mental Health Continuum can be accessed Here:
How to use the mental health continuum. 
The mental health continuum visual illustration.

Event Summary
You will spend the day exploring Devils Dyke and the surrounding area including a section of the South Downs Way. There is a circular walk planned with plenty of photo opportunities. Devil's Dyke is a 100m deep V-shaped dry valley on the South Downs in Sussex in southern England, 5 miles (8.0 km) north-west of Brighton. It is managed by the National Trust and is also part of the Beeding Hill to Newtimber Hill Site of Special Scientific Interest. Devil's Dyke was a major local tourist attraction in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It is now a popular viewpoint and site for walking, model aircraft flying and hang gliding. The South Downs Way passes the site.

Event Distance – 10.5 miles
Event Duration – 6 hours
Event Provider - Blackdog Outdoors

Event Registration
This event is open to Full members of the College of Paramedics only and we have limited places of 12. If you register and then are unable to attend please let us know as soon as possible so we can fill your place. Please log into your membership before attempting to purchase your ticket. Your contact details will be shared with Blackdog Outdoors after registration.

Even though this is a free event you will still need to go through the ticket purchasing process. When purchasing your ticket please ensure you click the 'proceed to checkout' button and 'complete the order' to ensure your booking on this event. You will receive a confirmation email on receipt of your booking. Email if you need any additional support.

Full terms and conditions can be found here


23/04/2022 08:30 - 17:00
Saddlescombe BN45
Registration not available.