Reigate Ramblers

Friends, Fun, Fitness

Walks Programme

Welcome to Ramblers members and prospective members alike! No need to book - just turn up at the start of the walk and enjoy. If you have not walked with us before and you like your first 2 or 3 (free-of-charge) walks then you can join the Ramblers and walk with Reigate and other local groups all over the country. As a member of the Ramblers our walks are then free to you wherever and with whoever you walk.

If you are unsure about a walk - give the leader a call to find out all about it (see leader's phone number in walks details below).

  • Morning walk - means just that - why not bring a snack and a drink for our mid-morning stop?
  • All-Day walk - a longer walk - bring a picnic lunch as well unless other arrangements are specified.
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  • Circular walk - is where we end up at the same place from which we started. Most walks are like this!
  • Linear walk - is where we walk and then use public transport to return us to our starting point.

Where practical and possible we have given Post Codes for Sat Nav directions to the start of a walk as well as a Grid Reference for an Ordnance Survey map. A Google Maps search will also help you find the start.

Maps - no need to bring a map on a led walk but, for your interest and maybe to find the start, the reference to EX means the Ordnance Survey’s "Explorer" (orange cover) map of the given number. The reference "TQ or SU xxx xxx" is the Grid Reference of the start which can be plotted on the map.

Go to Google Maps and insert the Post Code to find the walk area.

Here is our programme:

Sun 24 June

13.5 miles

EX 135



"Ashdown Forest Frolic"                                                                    Circular All-Day Walk

Start 9:00am at Gills Lap Car Park (in fork of Kidds Hill Rd. & Chuck Hatch Rd. B2026). Marlpits, Cackle Street, Fairwarp, Camp Hill, Barnsgate Manor (tea), Crows Nest Clump, Gills Lap car park.  On top of the Weald with sweeping views. Picnic lunch. Registered Assistance Dogs only please.

Leader: Frank 01737 768007    Mob. on day: 07804 691375

Thurs 28 June

5 miles

EX 146


Near RH7 6JH

Crowhurst                                                                                      Circular Morning Walk

Start: 10:00am. Parking adjoining cricket field in Ray Lane or in Tandridge Lane. The walks takes us on farm tracks, fields and some road walking.  10 stiles to ‘nip’ over, which I daresay Henry VIII did not have to do when staying at the nearby Crowhurst Place on his way to woo Ann Boleyn. 2 pubs to choose from after our walk if you want to stay for a bite to eat.

Leader:  Sheila B 01293 863166 (Mobile on the day 07580195746)

Sun 1 July

C.8.5 miles

EX 145



Shere – North Downs and Pilgrims Way                                         Circular All-Day Walk

Start 10.00am Shere Recreation Ground – currently a free car park adjoins. Some undulation, good views. Number of stiles unknown. Picnic Lunch.

Registered Assistance Dogs only please.

Leaders: John H 01737 246427, mobile  07910 075046

Wed 4 July

3.5 miles

Ex 146



Brockham                                                                                              Short Evening Walk

Start 7.00pm on Green in front of The Royal Oak. Walk through woods, tracks and farmland. Mostly level with few stiles. Drink in pub at end of walk.

Leader: Sally 01737 760848    Mobile on day 07905 518083

Thurs 5 July

5 miles (max)

EX 146


KT22 9SA


Bookham Common +/- butterflies!                                                  Circular Morning Walk

Start 10.00am at the Mark Oak free car park, Cobham Road.

There are two possibilities:

Warm and sunny: a slower wander over Bookham Common looking for butterflies with input from our very own butterfly aficionado, Paul. Bring binoculars if you have them.

Rain/cold/overcast: a brisker walk around the Common, spotting any wildlife brave enough to be out and about! No hills, two stiles (hopefully avoidable as on reccy!). Optional pub lunch or bring a picnic for afterwards.

Leaders: Anne & Richard S. 01737 242654

Mobiles on day: 07950 926132 or 07943 524996

Sun 8 July

6.5 miles

EX 146



Godstone, Tilburstow Hill and Bletchingley                                    Circular All-Day Walk

Starting from the pond at Godstone Green 10.00am.  Park in nearby car parks. Early afternoon finish. Bring a picnic lunch. One steep hill near beginning of walk, views across Weald to South Downs (weather permitting) woodland, fields and common land. 4 stiles. Return to Godstone via Bletchingley. Registered Assistance Dogs only please.

Leader: Eve 01737 248848 on day of walk 07773 667957

Tues 10 July

3 miles

EX 146



Reigate: Town, Priory Park & Tatton Winter                            Circular Evening Walk in two parts

Start 6.45pm, The Old Town Hall, Reigate High St.  Parking in Reigate car parks, Bell St or Bancroft Rd multi-storey. This walk visits the locations of paintings by Reigate artist Tatton Winter. The first part is a journey around the town and Castle grounds (easy walking); the second part is around the Priory Park woodland (some slopes and possible mud if wet).

Pub refreshments in Reigate after the walk. This walk is one of the six circular walks associated with the Millennium Trail.

Leader: Chris U 01737 244837 or mobile on day 07956 998876

Thurs 12 July

C.5 miles



Post Code: Oaks Park,


Sutton Countryside Walk                                                                          Circular Morning Walk

We meet in the car park off Croydon Lane (near the Café) for start at

10:00 am for circular walk through woodland, farms, small holdings of the Woodcote Estate. It is an easy walk with few stiles. Lunch after the walk in local pub for those interested.

Leader John F 01737 360672 Mobile on Day 07791 069985

Sat 14 July

5.0 miles


Tube Station

Hampstead Village and Heath                                                           Circular All-Day Walk

Start 11.00am Hampstead Tube Station. Wander around historic Hampstead Village and Heath and admire the views of London from Parliament Hill.    Suggest use London Travel Card. Trains from Redhill: 9.51 Victoria 10.21: Victoria Line to Euston change to Northern Line Edgware branch. 9.37 London Bridge 10.18: Northern Line. If necessary change to Edgware branch at Euston. Packed lunch or eateries en-route.

Leader: Duncan 01737 773437.  Mobile on day 07774 887188

Thurs 19 July

4.6 miles

EX 145




Hatchlands Park, East Clandon, East of Guildford                        Circular Morning Walk

Start 10.30 am in designated NT car park. A walk round the 430-acre gardens, woods and parkland and a visit to the Grade 1 listed Georgian house containing a wonderful collection of paintings and a world class group of musical keyboard instruments. Access off the eastbound A 246 between East Clandon and West Horsley. NT members free. 

Group booking rate for non-members is £8-50 if 15 or more people overall or

£11.30 if fewer. Lunch at the on-site cafe or the cosy village pub.

Leader: Derek 01737 668907 Mobile 07739 183696.

Fri 20 July

Help keep our local paths open for the enjoyment of all.  Today our volunteer group will work under the guidance of Surrey County Council on local paths, clearing vegetation and obstructions as well as installing stiles and gates. Tools and biscuits provided. For details of today’s task please contact: Glyn This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 01293 773198.

Sun 22 July

Summer Dinner - at the Sportsman, Mogador - 6.30 pm for 7.00 pm.

Members and partners welcome.

Tues 24 July

3.25 miles

EX 146



Leigh                                                                                                      Short Evening Walk

Start 7.00pm in front of The Plough – park in roads. Walk mostly over farmland – several stiles. Drink in pub at end of walk.

Leader: Sally 01737 760848    Mobile on day 07905 518083

Thurs 26 July

7 miles

EX 146



The Greensand Way, Reigate to Bletchingley                                  Linear Morning Walk

Start 10.00am. Priory Park, Park Lane East entrance. Parking on Park Lane East or in adjacent roads. Walk along the Greensand Way – town, village and country walking across a variety of terrain. Picnic or pub lunch at the end of walk in Bletchingley. Bus back from Bletchingley (direct to Redhill; one change at Redhill for Reigate and bus stop nearest to parking).

Leaders: Chris U 01737 244837 or mobile on day  07956 998876

Sun 29 July

10 miles

EX 135


Nearest P/code TN22 3JA

Visiting Winnie the Pooh                                                                    Circular All-Day Walk

Start 10.00am Ellisons Pond car park, which is on Crowborough road; a left turn about 2.8 miles south of Wych Cross if travelling on the A22. The walk takes us to Camp Hill, then along Wealdway to Five Hundred Acre Wood, over Pooh Sticks Bridge down the Vanguard Way, a nice walk in and around Ashdown Forest. Please bring your lunch and a stick for Pooh Bridge.

Leader John W, mobile on day 07899815481.

Thurs 2 Aug

5 miles

EX 134


RH12 4PX

Rusper                                                                                                Circular Morning Walk

Start 10.00am.  Park in the car park next to the church.  This walk is by request as we braved the mud this winter and I have been asked to repeat this walk in the summer.  It’s all fields, farm tracks and ancient woods.  Then finishing back in Rusper for a nice lunch if you want to.

Leader: Sheila B 01293 863166, mobile on the day 07580195746

Sun 5 Aug

9.5 miles


TQ 532032

BN26 5SW

The Long Man and Sisters                                                               Circular All-Day Walk

Start 10.30am from car park south of Wilmington (turn for Wilmington from A27, where signed for the Long Man. Car park is one mile beyond the village). Walk the Sussex (up and) Downs and the Seven Sisters with views over the Cuckmere and the Old Man of Wilmington. Bring a picnic. Optional visit to Alfriston for the Clergy House or for tea and pastries. Dogs welcome but check with leader before the day.

Leader John D 01737 833283.  Mobile on day 07771 813015.

Tues 7 Aug

3.5 miles

EX 146



Reigate Heath                                                                                        Short Evening Walk

Start 7.00pm in car park of The Skimmington Castle. Walk across heath and farmland. Drink in pub at end of walk.

Leader: Sally 01737 760848, mobile on day 07905 518083

Thurs 9 Aug

5.5 miles

EX 145



Newlands Corner, Secret Woods                                                   Circular Morning Walk

Start 10.00am from Newlands Corner Car Park (free at time of printing)

An interesting undulating walk over Clandon Downs, through pine & yew tree woods with nice views, 

Leaders: Mary & Sue M 01883 741978, mobile on day 077333 70882

Sun 12 Aug

7 miles

EX 134


RH12 3RH

Warnham Wander Revisited                                                           Circular Half-Day Walk

Start at 10.00am at Warnham Village Hall ( Free car park. Relatively flat with a few ups and downs. Mainly countryside but one stretch of road. Few stiles. Route may be subject to change as one path has been ‘temporarily’ closed as of 26th October 2017. Bring a packed lunch. Registered Assistance Dogs only please. Sussex Oak and Greets Inn are the nearby pubs.

This is a re-run of the walk from February 2018 but hopefully less muddy.

Leaders: Cliff and Caryl  01737 223424 Mobile on the day 0794 126 5578

Thurs 16 Aug

Circa 5 miles



Post Code: Ham House,

TW10 7RS

A River Walk from Ham House.                                                      Circular Morning Walk

Meet in the car park on the river adjacent to Ham House for a start at 10:30 am for a walk along the Thames Path to Richmond before crossing to the North Bank for our return via Teddington Lock. The Thames Path is continuous on the South bank but intermittent on the North so there is some road walking. Level terrain, no stiles, interesting river scenes, cafes, etc. Possible pub lunch for anyone interested at end of the walk

Leader John F 01737 360672 Mobile on Day 07791069985

Fri 17 August

Help keep our local paths open for the enjoyment of all.  Today our volunteer group will work under the guidance of Surrey County Council on local paths, clearing vegetation and obstructions as well as installing stiles and gates. Tools and biscuits provided. For details of today’s task please contact: Glyn This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 01293 773198.

Sun 19 Aug

9 miles

EX 145/146


RH5 6QS (nearest)

Abinger and Wotton Wander.                                                            Circular All-Day Walk

Start 10.00am from Abinger Roughs N/Trust car park. Walk through Abinger, Sutton Place, Abinger Common, Friday Street, by the Tillingbourne. 2 climbs. Please bring a picnic lunch.

Leader John W, mobile on day 07899815481.

Thurs 23 Aug

4 miles

EX134 or OL34


Nr RH17 5PG

A Bolney Stroll                                                                              Circular Morning Walk

Start 10.00am by the car park in Bolney on The Street. A relatively level walk around orchards, woodland and mill ponds. A few stiles. Possible lunch in local pub afterwards.

Leader: Glyn 01293 773198 or 07572 059274

Sun 26 Aug

11 miles

EX 145



Around Guildford                                                                                Circular All-Day Walk

Start 10.00am in Guildford Lane car park in Albury for walk westwards to St Martha’s, Artington, Loseley House and Pewsey Down. Part way on the North Downs Way.  Picnic lunch.

Leader: Sally 01737 760848    Mobile on day 07905 518083

Thurs 30 Aug

6 miles

EX 146+134



Ockley with Roman Roads                                                               Circular Morning Walk

Start 10.00am at the cricket pavilion at southern end of the village on the old Roman road of Stane Street. Route follows paths, tracks, green lanes and woodlands. Travel past Okewood church, brooks and scenic parkland back to Ockley.

Leaders: Glyn and Sue  01737351388, mobile 07799145440


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