Pewley Downs takes its name from the manor of Poyle or Puille. Much of it is covered by chalk grassland rich in wild flowers
Bill considers
Looking towards St Martha's
A view from St Martha's
Another view!
Heading towards Newlands Corner
View from the North Downs Way on Albury Downs
Bill is about to explain the local geology
Looking down toward Newbarn
Ancient yew tree
Closer up
Merrow Down is used by Guildford Golf Club but is common land. Guildford Racecourse was here 1727-1870.
The group gathers before crossing the golf course
Merrow, Pewley Downs, St Martha's, Newlands Corner
Ann
Author: Ann (ID: 12616)
Posted: 2011-02-24 18:46 GMT+00:00
Mileage: 10.08 km
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Tags: Walking, Surrey countryside
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Bill's group (plus guests) takes a 6 mile very hilly half term walk east of Guildford on a sunny February day

The view from Pewley Downs
Pewley Downs takes its name from the manor of Poyle or Puille. Much of it is covered by chalk grassland rich in wild flowers
Bill considers
Looking towards St Martha's
A view from St Martha's
Another view!
Heading towards Newlands Corner
View from the North Downs Way on Albury Downs
Bill is about to explain the local geology
Another view from the NDW
Looking down toward Newbarn
Ancient yew tree
Closer up
Guildford Golf Club course on Merrow Down
Merrow Down is used by Guildford Golf Club but is common land. Guildford Racecourse was here 1727-1870.
The group gathers before crossing the golf course
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