Return to the riverbank the same way you came, and San Juan Map simply proceed along the west bank of the Adur. There is a tremendous contrast between the grimness San Juan Map of the scene across the river to the left – the cement works, the very busy A283 Steyning-Shoreham road, and a long row of terraced houses – and the beauty of the downland landscape to the right, as well as on the far side of the modern paraphernalia to the left. Once clear of the cement works, you should enjoy the riverside stroll, and make good fast progress along the obvious path.
Passing the works, you swing south-westwards, getting close to the hamlet of Coombes on your right, which you will see later in the day, then head sharply south-eastwards, before a further meander of the river again forces you south-westwards and then south-eastwards once more. The river then appreciably widens, and your path, having swung south-westwards again, then turns sharp left to follow a tributary channel. Soon you arrive at a road – the same road, in fact, that you joined to reach the church at Botolphs.
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