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Find the best Peasmarsh walks. The Ramblers Association now have a greatly improved website which is an exceptional resource for all walkers, hikers and young families wanting to go for walks with young children. This site lists everything from historical walks to leader led walks to any really arduous walks within the Broadlands Orchard area.

Find A Walk Near Me by Walking Britain is a truly excellent and free resource. Just enter where you are or where you would like to walk - and print out directions. The walks are graded and you can buy a specific map of the area at the same time. These are proper OS maps and weather proofed if required.

I always think of walking as one of the few activities you can do for free - and now you can with this guide!

Walking, Hiking and Outdoor Shops

The Golden Fleece

16 Lion St, Rye TN31 7LB, UK – 01797 224271

Classic old British style quality clothing store with tweeds and wax coats. (And expensive brands of course)

In responce to Phil C's review about the Barbour jacket not fitting and not being offered a refund. Unfortunately it is our company's policy not to offer refunds and there is a very big sign above our till stating we will exchange or offer a credit note for any item bought in the shop. We realise that large muti-national companies now offer no quibble refunds but as a small family run independent shop we just cannot afford to do that. We do appologise if this causes some of our customer's a problem but we have been trading the same way for over 40 years. We look forward to seeing you in the shop in the near future.

Channons Country Store

Rye Cattle Market, Rye TN31 7AN, UK – 01797 224232

Staff really nice, place clean, but prices need to come down

Very helpful. Lots of things, clothing etc.

Blackbeards Tattoo Parlour

Rope Walk Arcade, Rope Walk, Rye TN31 7NA, UK – 07930 059223

Super tattooist very clean and has time for everyone also has good tips and ideas

Another good one. Walkingworld has huge library of guides with a good selection of walks, of varying lengths and grades, pretty well anywhere in the UK. The walks come in an excellent format making them very easy to follow, with photographs to illustrate every important decision point and a proper Ordnance Survey map.

A modist annual subscription gives you unlimited access to all the walks. However you can Pay As Go by downloading indiviual walks.

Crucially you can also find walks France, Spain, Norway, Portugal and Australia!

Camping and Caravaning

The Hare & Hounds

Rye Rd, Rye TN31 7ST, UK – 01797 230483

Brilliant location and very friendly owner. Lovely and well maintained site, has plugs for phone charging, fridge, freezer (for freezer blocks), sink area and showers. I'd recommend hiring a fire basket as it gets cold at night. Close to some great pubs and a lovely hotel for afternoon tea. There's a lovely country walk into Rye, close to Camber Sands and a couple of small supermarkets (well stocked CoOp nearby). Would definitely visit again.

It's our first night at the Hare & Hounds. We arrived to a lovely warm (and organised) welcome. What a beautiful and quiet site, everything is laid out well to cater for everything you could want, whilst also helping care for the site. They have a little shop which this evening is being manned (or womaned) by a pair of little angels. There is even a communal fridge freezer (with labels and a sharpie) as well as a microwave and phone charge points (amazing). Just grabbed a shower in a lovely modern and clean block. I can honestly say, that if we weren't on a touring holiday, we would have happily spent more time here. A lot of sites could do with visiting here and seeing the level of not only customer care, but value for money.

The Cock Inn

Main St, Peasmarsh, Rye TN31 6YD, UK – 01797 230281

Staff were really friendly and gave excellent service. The food was also very good and decent portion sizes. Prices are about average for what you would expect, £12 is about the average price for most main courses on the menu. Overall a very nice pub to visit.

Nice pub with pub food menu. Good portions. Friendly staff.

Looking for dog friendly cottages around Peasmarsh? The 'Dog Friendly Cottages' website looks like any other self-catering accommodation website but every single one should be dog friendly! This saves worrying and going through all the small print. However you you may need to check with the owner where the dog is expected to sleep and the what size of dog you can have!
Dog People find this is such a great website. If you have dogs who go on holiday with you just enter TN31 6YH and everything from dog friendly Bed and Breakfasts and Hotels to dog friendly walks and beaches come up. The Dog People site covers Bed & Breakfast, Holiday Parks, Hotels, Self Catering, Pubs & Food, Days Out. Enjoy!
'Walks with Buggies' is a must for walking parents with young children, babies or even grannies and grandpas! If you would like to walk around Broadlands Orchard or Sussex just select your nearest town, length of walk and type of walk. You will not only be able to download detailed OS maps free of charge but you can read reviews of walks and their ratings - and add your own afterwards! Enjoy

Snake bites

Most snake bites in the UK are not serious. But it's important to get all snake bites checked as soon as possible.

Call 999 or go to A&E immediately if:

  • you think you, or someone else, has been bitten by a snake

Find your nearest A&E


If you're not in the UK when you are bitten by a snake, contact the emergency medical services in the country you're in.

Get foreign travel advice on GOV.UK

What to do while you're waiting for help


  • stay calm, most snake bites in the UK are not serious and can be treated

  • keep the part of your body that was bitten as still as you can

  • lie in the recovery position if you can

  • take paracetamol for any pain

  • try to remember the colour and pattern of the snake to tell the doctor

  • take off any jewellery and loosen clothes near the bite, in case it swells


  • do not go near the snake, or try to catch or kill it

  • do not try to suck or cut the poison (venom) out of the bite

  • do not tie anything tightly round the part of the body where the bite is

  • do not take aspirin or ibuprofen, as they can make bleeding worse

What happens at the hospital

You will usually need to stay in hospital for at least 24 hours if you have been bitten by a snake.

The bite will be cleaned and bandaged. You may be given an injection to help protect you from tetanus.

If you were bitten by a poisonous (venomous) snake you will be treated with a medicine to fight the venom. This is given through a thin tube into a vein, called a drip.

Types of UK snake

Only 3 types of snake are found in the wild in the UK.

The adder is the only venomous snake, but you should get all snake bites checked as soon as possible.

Telling the doctors the colour and pattern of the snake that bit you could help them treat it.

Click to see images of the our three types of snake and what to do if you get bitten

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