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Inspiring views trail

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 05/03/2017
10:30 am - 1:00 pm

Location
Hurtwood Control Car Park 5 Guildford GU5 9EN


This free, guided walk will follow the new trail especially created by ifootpath for the ‘Inspiring Views’ project.  Surrey Hills Arts manager Ali Clarke will lead the walk and talk about the project en route.  We will see ‘Perspectives’ by Giles Miller, ‘Contour’ by Russell Jakubowski and ‘Xylem Voices’ which is an additional bench that sculptor Walter Bailey has created for Alderbrook Estate.  We can also hear the specially commissioned poetry and listen to the sound tracks at each piece.  The walk is 5.5 miles long, includes some stiles and is steep in parts.

Please dress appropriately for the outdoors, depending on the prevailing weather conditions on the day. The walk will happen in any weather.

Meet us at Car Park 5 in the Hurtwood at 10.30am for a prompt 11am start.  This car park is on Winterfold Heath Rd (also called Greensand Lane). Exit the A25 (Dorking to Guildford Road) at Shere village and head south on Hound House Road. After about 2 miles, fork right onto the road signed to Winterfold. Take the next right (Winterfold Heath Road), a narrow lane which contains many of the car parks managed by the Friends of the Hurtwood. You will pass car parks 4, 12 and 13 – keep going until you reach Car Park 5 on the left-hand side.

Booking is essential. For bookings, further details and enquiries, contact us at info@surreyhillssociety.org or on mobile 07530-949302.

 

Please note that the Surrey Hills Society and its Event partners accept no responsibility for any loss, damage or personal injury during events. Participants are requested to wear appropriate clothing and footwear and take due care and attention.

The Society uses members’ photographs on social media and on our website.  If you are not happy to have your photo taken during this event, please notify us in writing prior to the event and make the event organiser aware on the day.

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