Latest activities

Outing – Wednesday 15 June: RHS Gardens, Wisley – 9.30am departure from
Husseywell Crescent - Cost £30 (incl Coach and entry to Wisley) or £18 for RHS members
(incl coach only BUT remember to bring your RHS membership card) - To book this Outing
contact Ray Lyddall on 01689 835965: A leisurely start for this short drive to Wisley. This 240
acre garden has a huge variety of plant life and is the flagship of the RHS and one of the UK’s
most visited and best-loved gardens, attracting around one million visitors each year. There are six
catering establishments around the Gardens providing a range of full meals to snacks. Disabled
– The gardens are accessible and there is a recommended wheelchair route through the
garden available from the entrance and marked on the visitor map. Some areas – such as the Rock
Garden – are not fully accessible due to the nature of the garden. Wheelchair and mobility scooter
hire is available, hires may require reservations in advance of your visit.

Walk – Wednesday 29 June: Keston area – Leader Tony Archer 07886 680546 - Meet at
the Rosary Church car park; depart at 9.30 for a walk (1 stile, 1 short slope) mostly through woods
and fields with good surfaces (some might be muddy if wet). The walk starts from the Car Park on
Baston Road, not far from the roundabout near “The Greyhound” Commonside, Keston BR2 6BP.
Car parking is free. The walk passes the “Wilberforce Oak”. Start to lunch is 4.5 miles; lunch to
finish is 0.25 mile. Lunch will be at approximately 12:10 in “The Greyhound”, Phone: 01689 856
338. If you produce your CAMRA card there is a reduction in price for a pint of beer.

Outing – Wednesday 20 July: Denbies Wine Estate, Dorking – 9.00am departure from
Husseywell Crescent - Cost £38 (incl Coach, morning train tour of the Vineyard and
afternoon wine tasting) - To book this Outing contact Tony Archer on 07886 680546 or :
We aim to arrive at Denbies Wine Estate in time for a comfort break
before the first group embark on a 50-minute tour by train of the extensive estate at 11.00am. The
second group’s tour starts at 12.00pm. The train is covered. If you wish to enjoy a glass of
sparkling wine during the train tour, this may be purchased for £5 at reception before embarking.
While groups are waiting for their tour, they may visit the art gallery, farm & plant shop and Surrey
Hills Brewery & Shop that is situated in the rear of the main Denbies Winery building. People are
also free to walk around the vineyard. After a leisurely lunch the whole group will take part in a 1
hour ‘Indoor Wine Tasting Experience’, enjoying a glass of Denbies Sparkling wine in the cinema
followed by a tasting of four of Denbies’ award-winning wines. Soft drinks will be available.
There are 3 venues for lunch: A large self-service restaurant in the central glazed courtyard, an
outdoor seating area served by “The Hatch” supplying sandwiches, hot snacks and drinks, and the
Gallery Restaurant affording panoramic views of the estate and surrounding countryside. If you
wish to use the Gallery Restaurant, then it is advisable to book in advance on 01306 876616 or use
their website at . Disabled access – Wheelchair access is provided
throughout, including the train tour.

Walk – Wednesday 27 July: Details to be determined.

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