29th September 2019 - 29th September 2019 , 11:00 - 13:00
Sunday 29th September 2019
Arrival time 10.30am for 11am prompt start – Finishing time: Approx 1.00pm
Meet at Albury Village Hall car park
Join Surrey Hills Society Walk leader, Steve Peacock on this short two hour walk to learn about the industrial history of Albury, where a paper mill once stood. Among other things, it made counterfeit French bank notes to undermine Napoleon’s empire. The Albury Mill forms part of study undertaken by the Heritage Lottery Funded “Tales of the Tillingbourne” project. The project researched the industrial history of all the mills along the Tillingbourne River – once seen as possibly the most industrialised river in the country.
Join Steve in the Drummonds in Albury for an optional drink afterwards.
Stout foot wear is recommended with weather appropriate clothing plus sunscreen lotion if required.
Well behaved dogs welcome on leads.
Length of Walk: 2.5 miles
Time: 10.30am for 11.am prompt start
Meet: Albury Village Hall car park Nearest postcode for Sat Nav: GU5 9AD
Contact: On the day mobile phone – Chris Howard 07879 841000
The event is free and open to all moderately fit walkers.
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