16th April 2017: Easter Sunday, Woldingham bluebell walk

Ten of us enjoyed a 6 mile circular walk from Woldingham Station in Surrey. The weather was very kind to us and perfect for our walk. We walked through the attractive Marden Park Woods, popped into St. Agatha’s church, which is claimed to be the smallest and highest church in Surrey and walked through swathes of glorious bluebells in Great Church Wood. 
We stopped for lunch along the route of the North Downs Way from which we could see for miles over the ridges and valleys of the Weald taking in distant views of both the North and South Downs.  We proceeded though more woodland until a break at Godstone Vineyard where a few of us enjoyed cream teas and some sampled the vineyard’s wine. 
The final leg of the walk took us past Woldingham school and next to a field of young calves and their mothers.

Marden woods

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