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Walk Programme

Sun 25 Feb 2018: HYDON'S BALL & HYDON'S HEATH (6.5miles)

A circular walk over farmland and through woodland and across heathland as we walk around Hambledon and Hydon's Heath

Starting Point:

Start Time: 1:30 pm
Grid Ref: SU978402
Nearest Post Code: GU8 4BB

Hydon's Ball Car Park
Salt Lane

ROAD CLOSURE:- Please note that Salt Lane is closed between Hambledon Road and Hydon's Ball Car Park. Follow the diversion signs via Hambledon Road and Cock Barn Lane. The car park is directly opposite the end of Cock Barn Lane at the end of the diversion.

Distance and Terrain:

6.5 miles. Moderate pace,, some hills and lots of mud

Wed 28 Feb 2018: THURSLEY TO GRAYSHOT (12.5miles)

We head around the east side of the Devils Punch Bowl and in to Grayshot for lunch. After lunch we will cross the Whitmore Valley and Beacon Hill and back to Thursley or the other way around.

Pub, cafe or picnic for lunch

Starting Point:

Start Time: 10:30 am
Grid Ref: SU899398
Nearest Post Code: GU8 6QA

Thursley Recreation Ground
Dye House Road

Distance and Terrain:

12.5 miles. Moderate+, hills, woods, heath and farmland and of course MUD

Sat 3 Mar 2018: RACES, RIVER AND ROYALTY (6miles)

We start by walking along the Thames Towpath to Hampton Court station to meet those travelling by train (1.45 at the station), cross the river and continue to Home Park. Traverse Home Park looking out for deer and wildfowl. Cross the road into the second royal park- Bushy Park. Exiting Bushy Park we will cross Hampton Court Green and retrace our steps until we reach the gates of the old Hurst Park racecourse, finishing our walk by crossing Hurst Meadows to our cars. Option to have refreshments in a local cafe afterwards.

Starting Point:

Start Time: 1:30 pm
Grid Ref: TQ141692
Nearest Post Code: KT8 9AZ

Hurst Park Car Park, Sadlers Ride, West Molesey
(OR Hampton Court Station)

Distance and Terrain:

6 miles. Moderate pace. Easy flat walk but expect some mud.


This is a great walk that I led on a Wednesday in November and I think that it would be good to now offer it as a Sunday walk. It is a circular route taking in woods, views and historic connections. Lunch will be in Westerham where there is a choice of cafes, tea rooms and pubs. Please bring a snack to tide you over as lunch will be more than halfway on the way.

Pub, cafe or tea room in Westerham for lunch

Starting Point:

Start Time: 10:00 am
Grid Ref: TQ426517
Nearest Post Code: RH8 0TB

Meet in the area around the Carpenters Arms pub and the church at the junction of Kent Hatch Road B269 and Moorhouse Road, Limpsfield Chart. (There are several woodland car parks in the area, and to avoid confusion, I suggest that we meet near the pub and move cars if necessary).

Distance and Terrain:

9 miles. Moderate, some stiles and there is an ascent or two.

Wed 7 Mar 2018: NEWDIGATE COUNTRY WALK (5miles)

Taking in woodland,farms and lakes, this walk also passes historic Cudworth Manor, a moated farmhouse. at the end there is a chance to visit nearby Tanhouse Farm for tea and cakes.

Starting Point:

Start Time: 1:30 pm
Grid Ref: TQ196420
Nearest Post Code: RH5 5DH

The Six Bells, Village Street, Newdigate (public free car park at rear)
(Signposted off A24 to the south of Dorking)

Distance and Terrain:

5 miles. Leisurely pace on level ground


This walk will give you a chance to tune in to nature by having two silent sections of about a mile, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. It will enable us to listen into the sounds of nature such as bird song, the wind through the trees and squirrels playing with their nuts without the distraction of the group just for a while. Simple signing will be used to communicate as demonstrated by the walk leader. We start this picturesque walk from Tilford's quintessentially English village cricket green. We'll make our way to Crooksbury Hill where there are great views of the surrounding country side from Gibbet Hill to Buster Hill. After lunch at the Barley Mow in the village of The Sands, we make our way to the historic ruins of Waverley Abbey, returning back on tracks above the nearby River Wey. At the end of the walk we will refresh ourselves at the pub or nearby cafe.where you can chat as much as you want .

Pub or Picnic Lunch

Starting Point:

Start Time: 10:30 am
Grid Ref: SU872433
Nearest Post Code: GU10 2BU

Tilford Village Cricket Green Car Park,
Opposite The barley Mow

Distance and Terrain:

8 miles. leisurely pace some hills

Sun 11 Mar 2018: WINTER TEA WALK (5miles)

This is, I think, an ideal Sunday afternoon walk. Exploring Bents Brook and Black Brook, which can be muddy, (that's not the ideal bit) but then we're onto Holmwood Common with its excellent cinder path, ponds and historic connections with highwaymen & stage coaches rattling along what is now the A24. Tea, coffee and cake is being served for a modest donation in the Community Building attached to St John's church after our walk. TEAS AFTER WALK

Starting Point:

Start Time: 1:30 pm
Grid Ref: TQ170469
Nearest Post Code: RH5 4JH

National Trust car park, off Inholms Lane, at present there is no parking charge
North Holmwood
near Dorking
(from the 'chicken' roundabout in Dorking take A24 signed Horsham, continue for 1.75 miles, at next roundabout take 1st exit into Flint Hill, then past the small parade of shops and at duck pond take the turning on left into Inholms Lane, drive past St John's church and up the hill, at the sharp bend turn right into the car park, (there is a sports club next door for reference)

Distance and Terrain:

5 miles. Moderate. The surface should be dryish except for a section over farmland.

Sat 17 Mar 2018: SHERE MILLENIUM TRAIL (11miles)



Starting Point:

Start Time: 10:00 am
Grid Ref: TQ073479
Nearest Post Code: Not Specified


Distance and Terrain:

11 miles.

Sun 25 Mar 2018: LIPHOOK AND WEAVERS DOWN (6.5miles)

A scenic walk through woodland and common land taking in the picturesque Folly Pond and climbing gently up to Weavers Down where we should enjoy excellent views if the weather is clear

Starting Point:

Start Time: 1:30 pm
Grid Ref: SU841309
Nearest Post Code: GU30 7DR

Liphook Station car park

Distance and Terrain:

6.5 miles. Moderate pace over easy terrain with no steep hills. Could be muddy after rain.

Sat 7 Apr 2018: ALL ABOUT A BEAR (10.75miles)

A Winnie-the-Pooh themed walk starting at Gill's Lap car park and heading up the Vanguard Way to Forest Row, then turning right along the Forest Way to Hartfield for lunch at The Anchor Inn (there are also tea-shops) at about 12:30. Then heading back via the Pooh Sticks bridge, Galleon's Lap and Heffalump trap (some members may be lost here).

Lunch at The Anchor Inn, Hartfield (pre-order necessary)

Starting Point:

Start Time: 10:00 am
Grid Ref: TQ4675031555
Nearest Post Code: TN7 4EU

Gill's Lap Car park, Kidd's Hill, Hartfield (at the jct. of Kidd's Hill and Chuckhatch Rd. B2026) Going south on the B2026 pass Wren's Warren and Piglets carpark and look for the wooden sign at the junction. The car park is free. Note that the postcode is a few hundred yards northwest up Kidd's Hill.

Distance and Terrain:

10.75 miles. Moderate to brisk pace, hilly and usually muddy through Ashdown Forest.


This walk will take us through beautiful countryside and past points of interest relating to the celebrated early 20th century poet Edward Thomas who lived in the area and led a very interesting life.
Departing from Heath Pond car park we travel past Petersfield's historic buildings to the town station where we will pick up any walkers coming by train at 11.35 am. From here we travel north to have an early pub lunch or picnic at the village of Steep .After lunch we will travel through pleasant country lanes and start our ascent on the Hangers Way alongside a babbling stream and waterfall then more steeply ascending up into the Ashford Hangers Nature Reserve .Following the hill ridge to Shoulder of Mutton Hill we are treated to stunning views over the South Downs.Here we find a memorial dedicated to Edward Thomas. We continue steeply down hill still following the Hangers Way, passing a spectacular waterfall and on past the famous Bedales private school, to return into Petersfield where we can take refreshment in the town's market square .before returning to the car park.

Pub or Picnic Lunch

Starting Point:

Start Time: 11:15 am
Grid Ref: SU754226
Nearest Post Code: GU31 4LB

Heath Pond Car Park
Sussex road (B2146)

Distance and Terrain:

9 miles. leisurely pace some hills one long steep ascent and one steep descent

Sat 5 May 2018: HINDHEAD (9miles)

Surrey Hills walk


Starting Point:

Start Time: 12:00 am
Grid Ref: Not Specified
Nearest Post Code: Not Specified


Distance and Terrain:

9 miles.

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