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  • Start: Limpsfield Chart (park near the Carpenter’s Arms, 12 Tally Road, Limpsfield Chart RH8 0TG)
  • End: Limpsfield Chart
  • Country: England
  • County: Surrey
  • Type: Country
  • Nearest pub: Carpenter’s Arms, Limpsfield Chart, or Royal Oak, Crockham Hill Route: Limpsfield Chart, Trevereux Hill, Trevereux Manor, Crockham Hill, Crockhamhill Common, Squerryes Park, Goodley Stock, Limpsfield Chart
  • Ordnance Survey: Ordnance Survey, Explorer 147
  • Difficulty: Medium
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On the doorstep of Oxted and straddling the border with Kent, Limpsfield Chart and the surrounding area offer stunning walking country on the Greensand Way, with a tonne of history along the route...

Originally published in Surrey Life magazine January 2011


On the doorstep of Oxted and straddling the border with Kent, Limpsfield Chart and the surrounding area offer stunning walking country on the Greensand Way, with a tonne of history along the route...


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Foot Notes: All you need to know...
Start/finish: Limpsfield Chart (park near the Carpenters Arms, 12 Tally Road, Limpsfield Chart RH8 0TG) Grid reference: TQ 425518 Map: Ordnance Survey, Explorer 147 Length of walk: Five miles Food/drink: Carpenters Arms, Limpsfield Chart, or Royal Oak, Crockham Hill Route: Limpsfield Chart, Trevereux Hill, Trevereux Manor, Crockham Hill, Crockhamhill Common, Squerryes Park, Goodley Stock, Limpsfield Chart Also nearby: The Titsey Estate, which was at one time the biggest estate in the south east of England Recommended by: East Surrey Ramblers. For their full walks programme, visit www.eastsurreyramblers.org.uk Next month: Around Thames Ditton and East Molesey


Viewpoint 1
Limpsfield Chart is a small village lying on the Greensand Ridge, near the border with Kent, surrounded by spectacular countryside.


Viewpoint 2
A Grade ll listed manor house dating from the Queen Anne period, Trevereux Manor was gutted by fire in 1987 but the Queen Anne facade and 20th century west wing survived.


Viewpoint 3
Octavia Hill, one of the founders of the National Trust, lived at Crockham Hill, just over the border with Kent.


Viewpoint 4
In Squerryes Park lies an Iron Age hill fort, if you can find it!


Viewpoint 5
The Greensand Way is a footpath of 108 miles leading from Haslemere to Hamstreet in Kent.




Why not share your reviews and photos from this walkbelow and suggest your own favourite Surrey rambles by sending an e-mail to matthew.williams@surreylife.co.uk

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