I did my 3rd Cheeky walk of the year on January 25th but failed to get the photos up until now. It was another dry day and we did the Life & Death walk. This started with the Lewes Road cemeteries before taking us over the top of the race-course and then dropping us off in Kemptown.
While the second half of the walk was a little underwhelming, it was great to spend some time exploring the extra-mural cemetery.
The last picture shows the grave of Edward Bransfield, the first man to see Antarctica. According to Wikipedia: “During 2000 the Royal Mail issued a commemorative stamp in Bransfield’s honour, but as no likeness of him could be found, the stamp depicted instead RSS Bransfield, an Antarctic surveying vessel named after him.”
I don’t seem to have taken all that many pictures of the second half of the walk:
The book did promise us “the best view in Brighton” though and this was indeed pretty spectacular.