Redhill Circular

Sat 19th Jun 2010

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Group Walk
Southern England
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(Redhill Stn. Walk eastwards along the Greensand Way. Visit famous musicians' graves at Limpsfield Church. Return along North Downs Way to Redhill. Regular trains to/from London Victoria and London Bridge stations. Return possible from Merstham stn instead of Redhill (to save walking the last 2 miles through the outskirts of Redhill on roads). There are fewer trains from Merstham to London but it is an option. Pub lunch at The Barley Mow, Tandridge. Maps Exp 146 and 147. Ldr Sally Adams. Sally's mobile # has changed since the Strider publication. If you need to contact Sally, please email the walks secretary to ask for her new number)
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Walk Report

Redhill Circular, Saturday 19th June 2010
28 walkers, 23 miles - leader Sally Adams
The walk was fine ... well, at least I hope most people enjoyed it! We had very mixed weather ... sometimes very sunny ... and at other times, downpours of rain! I must have put my coat on and off at least 10 times! We had 28 walkers. They all kept up pretty well ... a lovely bunch of people and a few newcomers ... actually, there were quite a few 'first timers!'. Great! We stopped at a pub called the Haymakers ... it was fine except that some people had to wait a while for their meals ... probably longer than usual because there were more of us. People said it was quite cold sitting outside on the tree stumps! We visited the famous musicians' graves at Limpsfield, then went up on the North Downs and the weather turned beautifully sunny. We ended at about 6pm at Merstham where most people took the train to London. Don't ask me how long the walk was ... I don't have a clue ... I am no good with calculations as you know! Ask one of the walkers!


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