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South Downs Rambler bus returns for 2019

The South Downs summer Sundays bus service, which proved so popular last year, is back for a new season.


The journey between Winchester and Petersfield is very attractive in itself, as it operates along a rural route offering stunning views of the South Downs countryside and also provides access to some pretty villages and country pubs along the way.


It is aimed at walkers and ramblers to use as part of a day out, but both destinations of Petersfield and Winchester are always of interest in themselves.


To find out more about the bus, and about the work of the Three Rivers Community Rail Partnership (a not-for-profit group) who organise the bus service, visit threeriversrail.com




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