6th October 2019 - 6th October 2019 , 10:30 - 13:30
Arrival time 10.30am for prompt 11.00am start – Finishing time 1.30pm
Meet at Polesden Lacey National Trust car park, (Pay and Display £5 (free to members by scanning membership card at a machine and displaying ticket in your car) or park in Bookham and walk up to Polesden.
Join the Vice President of Surrey Hills Society, Chris Howard on this amble around the Polesden Lacey estate, with fine views back towards this National Trust house. Polesden Lacey is an historic home that had a significant makeover in the Edwardian period. It is located on the North Downs near Bookham. It was the home of society hostess Margaret Greville. The future George VI and Queen Elizabeth spent part of their honeymoon there in 1923.
The walk is relatively easy, but there are some hills to climb and descend.
We will also be visiting the National Trust café at the end of the walk for an optional drink or something to eat.
The walk is leisurely and is open to all fairly fit walkers, but is not suitable for buggies or wheelchairs.
Stout foot wear is recommended and weather appropriate clothing plus sunscreen lotion if required.
Well behaved dogs welcome on leads.
Length of Walk: 5.2 miles
Time: 10.30am for prompt 11.00am start and 1.30pm finish.
Meet: National Trust car park at the entrance to Polesden Lacey. Postcode for Sat Nav: RH5 6BD
Contact: On the day mobile phone of the walk leader Chris Howard on 07879 841000
For further details and enquiries, contact email@example.com
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Polesden Lacey near Dorking Surrey RH5 6BD