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Oxted to Lingfield. 22/4/13.
Around 11 miles today in some fairly blustery conditions down in Surrey. The initial few miles is familiar terrain from another walk, but is well worth seeing again. Soon after, it's fresh scenery across meadows and then on into Staffhurst Wood, a nature reserve and SSI that affords a fine display of bluebells in season, though not today. Lunch can be had in a recommended hostelry at the edge of the wood, or, in this case, in the grounds of the unusually-sited chapel of St Silvan. Thereafter, it's across low-lying meadows and on to an ancient yew tree in the grounds of Crowhurst church. There's some more woodland walking through Ashen Plantation before the path is diverted to cause some confusion around Lingfield Common. All's well that end's well though, and the walker managed to complete yet another very fine walk. (Some wind interference on the audio).
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