ROUTE: We will then follow The Cutmill Circuit which starts at the above car park and circles the Welcome Woods to the west. It's 7.5 miles long and is relatively easy. The pace will be a stroll, so we should return to where we started by about 3 pm,. There is a map of the walk at:
DIRECTIONS (From Guildford): Take rhe Guildford by-pass (A3) to the top of the hill beyond the Hospital/Cathedral/University. Then take the left-hand exit onto the A31 for Farnham. Turn off at the sign for Normandy and Compton. Go down the slip road and follow the Puttenham signs on B3000. Go around the church on your left, and as you enter the village turn left into Suffield Lane. Carry on for about 1 mile and then turn right into the "Top Car Park". The car park sign is set off the road, so be alert.
WHAT TO BRING: Bring a lunch, water, umbrella, walking shoes. It would be better not to leave valuables in your car. Your pet dog is welcome (a lead may be necessary sometimes).
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CONTACT NUMBERS: Geoff Hunt on 07741-281820 and Ann Wolmarans on 07718-086721.
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