Walking Matters

Godalming & Haslemere Ramblers

Brook & Thursley

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Our six mile walk this morning started from Brook near the Dog & Pheasant. It was a cold day so all (29) were keen to start walking.

We gathered on the green opposite the pub and set off across the A286 to turn right on a footpath across a soggy field to Screw Corner Road. Here we turned left to the crossroads at Bowlhead Green, used a bridleway to bypass a section of Rutton Hill Road, took a footpath to Emley Farm, headed NW past a pond, turned left on a footpath past Hole Farm, crossed the A3 by a subway, joined a lane by Upper Highfield Farm and continued on it to Thursley where we stopped for coffee in the churchyard in sunshine.

Suitably refreshed we returned to Brook via the Greensand Way.

On the route we passed a series of steps and several kissing gates that had been installed over the last few years by the group’s footpath working party.

Map: OS X 133

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Author: gandhr

A local group of the Ramblers

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