Graffham for Walkers & Ramblers
Graffham is only a short walk from the South Downs Way, with several footpaths leading up to this national trail. Once on the Downs, you may like to stop for a moment to look at our own nature reserves owned by the Graffham Down Trust, or investigate the ancient barrows and cross-dykes on Heyshott Down.
For those who prefer walking along the flat, the Serpent Trail meanders around the edge of the village, crossing the heathlands of Lavington and Graffham Commons en route to Heyshott and Midhurst. There, rare wildlife species such as the Dartford Warbler may be found. if archaeology is your interest, several bronze age tumuli can be seen on Gallows Hill.
Coffee, snacks and FREE WIFI now available in the CAFE at the GRAFFHAM VILLAGE SHOP
Walkers and Ramblers are always welcome at Graffham Village Shop where they can enjoy a cup of tea, coffee or hot chocolate at our outside tables with freshly baked pastries or sandwiches. Ice creams and ice cold drinks are also always available for walkers in the summer.
Why not let us suggest a packed lunch for your onward journey?
Further resources for walkers and nature lovers visiting Graffham:
Photos: Top - walking the South Downs Way near Graffham; bottom- Olivia, Luke & Joe stop for hot chocolate and croissants