This circular walk with Sara Trillo will speculate on the hidden holes that punctuate the Hucking Estate, and the mythologies, history, and ecology that they hold.
Walking time at a moderate pace is approximately one and a half hours and there will be regular stops so that the artist can talk about the sites. We will be walking on established tracks through the Hucking Estate and a section of quiet country road.
Please wear sensible footwear and be aware that there will be a gentle ascent/descent of the Downs at points. There are sheep in some of the fields, so although dogs are welcome, they will need to be on leads for much of the route.
The meeting point is the Hucking Estate/Woodland Trust car park in Church Road and the walk will last approximately two and a half hours what3words///purifier.hydrant.gender. Please note that there is limited parking so give yourself plenty of time.
Sara Trillo is a visual artist exploring littoral spaces and ancient settlements impacted by water, making sculptural pieces incorporating physical material excavated from these sites. In the spirit of a pilgrimage, Sara leads walks, maps and shares histories and mythologies uncovered as part of her research.