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Sussex Scrapbook ~ Wildlife walks throughout the year
Green Man
Saturday 1st November 2014
Bepton - SDW - Treyford - Didling - Bepton.
8 miles

Whenever we feel the need for some real respite from the sounds of cars, alarms, sirens, aircraft and other people, when we really really need to get some peace and quiet or we'll go completely barking mad for chough's sake, then we always make a beeline for our 'special place' - the ex leper colony of Bepton. We can almost rely on it's beautiful silence and apart from a rare visitor to the sewage farm we can expect some privacy too.

Just remember, there's nothing to see in the Bepton area and there's certainly nothing for you there at all. A very unpleasant place full of ticks, leeches, mosquitoes and wolves. All you're likely to uncover there is a whole heap of trouble and a couple of bikers with the screaming abdabs. Do not disturb them, don't approach them or even come near. In fact don't go anywhere close to the postcode of Bepton. Stay in your homes and lock the doors.

As you can see from the aerial photograph this whole area is covered in green algae, slime and mould.
This is why it's so quiet. Stay away!

Everything you touch is poisonous!

A beautiful view from miles away - somewhere nice in fact.

Looking away from Bepton everything looks almost normal.

The stunning view from the bike as the methane leaking from Bepton landfill explodes!

Take the time to read the countryside code for yourself and please stick to it at all times.