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Weekend Walk: Petworth Park Through Turner’s Eyes

1. To start the trail turn right as you enter the Pleasure Ground and follow the path through the gate to the park, past the kennels (on your right) and towards Lower Pond. 2. After an early morning sketch Turner would go fishing at Lower Pond. While the 3rd Earl …

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Weekend Walk: Leith Hill Woodland Walk

1. From either of the Windy Gap car parks, head south using the track adjacent to the cottage, following the orange waymarkers. 2. This track leads you down through the woodland where, in the autumn, you can hear roving flocks of woodland birds including nuthatches, coal tits and treecreepers. The …

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Weekend Walk: Dunsfold to Hascombe

The walk takes you through woods and fields with some short climbs, one quite steep. You could refresh yourself either just over half way around, at the White Horse in Hascombe, or at the end, at the Sun at Dunsfold. The walk was submitted by Guildford Rambling Club (see guildfordramblingclub.org.uk). …

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Weekend Walk: Lurgashall and Lickfold

This is a gentle walk through the open pastures and woodland of this lesser-known part of West Sussex. The centre point of this walk is one of the best gastropubs in West Sussex which charges Mayfair prices but will be happy to pull you a pint when you relax on …

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Weekend Walk: Chawton to Bentworth

This walk starts and ends in Chawton, well worth a visit in its own right and the home of Jane Austen. Her house is opposite the village car park. The walk description is provided by Guildford Rambling Club, see guildfordramblingclub.org.uk. 1. Walk back to the A31 roundabout and cross into …

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Weekend Walk: Milford to Brook

This is an easy walk across heathland and through fields and woods with very little up and down.  The walk was submitted by Guildford Rambling Club (see guildfordramblingclub.org.uk). 1. Go back through the tunnel and immediately fork right reach the road and cross to the Thames Water water treatment building …

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Weekend Walk: Peaslake Circular

This is a very charming walk, with some majestic views and lovely houses guaranteed to give you house envy! The walk takes you through woods and fields with hardly any ups or downs. It is dog friendly (although there are two stiles which a very big dog may struggle with) …

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Weekend Walk: Petworth Park: A Landscape of Capabilites

Start the walk from the National Trust, Petworth Park north car park (parking cost £3, free to NT members), located off the A283. From the car park, take the track leading to the west (with the wall on your right) to the view at the top of the hill. 1. …

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Bank Holiday Walk: Chiddingfold and Ramsnest Common

Here is a peaceful rural ramble through the meadows and woodlands of southwest Surrey. It starts in Chiddingfold, one of Surrey’s most picturesque villages which offers good chances for a rest and refreshment. Near the end, it takes you through some spectacular wooded terrain. There are no ploughed fields along …

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Weekend Walk: Tilford to Elstead

This walk has an almost six mile initial section which has in it a strenuous climb but it will reward you with some spectacular views.  The second section is much shorter and more or less flat.  The description was submitted by Guildford Rambling Club who will be walking it in …

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Weekend Walk: Reigate Heath to Ironsbottom

This walk takes you through woods and fields to Ironsbottom and the Three Horseshoes.  The walk was submitted by Guildford Rambling Club  (see guildfordramblingclub.org.uk).  1. From the car park on the right-hand side of the road (walking away from the A25), walk further along Flanchford Road, taking a path just …

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Weekend walk: Artington and Loseley

This is a very pleasant and fairly short walk which goes through some lovely, peaceful countryside at the foot of the Hog’s Back. It then doubles back through the grounds of Loseley Park before meeting the river Wey for a brief final stroll along the towpath. I walked it in …

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