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Sussex Ouse Valley Way

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Location type: River
Location address: United Kingdom, Lewes
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The Sussex Ouse Valley Way is a 42–mile long-distance footpath which closely follows the route of the Sussex Ouse. It starts at the Ouse’s source in Lower Beeding, West Sussex, when it’s still a little stream. It then passes through many villages and towns including Slaugham, Handcross, Staplefield, and Lewes. It terminates at Seaford on the English Channel, where it joins the Vanguard Way.

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