The area is one of the few natural sources of the clay-like Fuller's Earth.

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The par threes third and sixth holes are memorable. There are elevation changes and the ultra-fast greens tend to be high above some fairways... more

´Dambusters´ and ´Channel Dash´ displays. The Merlin Cafeteria has superb views across London (Manston) Airport... more

The Longcross is easier and shorter spanning 6,743 yards of beautiful, gently undulating and wooded terrain offering the challenge of the best features of classic inland... more

Built in 1665 it is Britain’s oldest working windmill. It is said the then owner watched...

It spans just 6,200 yards from the back tees with a testing par of 68. There are five par fours in excess of 400 yards and... more

See the spectacular escarpment with sweeping views across the Weald.

This is also the home of Concorde and many other engineering and technological firsts throughout the 20th century, all of which are explored in the museum.... more

Grover & Marsen Dental Surgery"I had an going dental issue since 1998 which my dentist in Whitechapel failed to ientify. My jawbone kept clicking and when I consilted my Gp I was advised that ..." More

At 6,350 yards the course, with five pars including the demanding 212-yard 15th, is not long by present day standards but has changed little since the... more

Hidden woodlands, lush green meadows, tranquil ponds and an ancient common

The other collections of paintings, furniture, porcelain and silver are displayed in the reception rooms and galleries, as they were at the time of her celebrated... more

The undulating fairways rollercoaster through the natural flow of the land with many elevation changes while pines, silver birch, sand and heather are characteristic features of... more

Close the doors to the bustling town outside and enter a serene environment made to pamper you from top to toe. Slip on your soft robe... more

Also on display is the Ivo Forde Meissen collection of Italian comedy figures and a series of Mortlake tapestries. It is also the home of the... more

The Redhill railway station is served by three different lines with good rail services to London, Reading and Brighton.

Business or pleasure, our helicopters off an unrivalled opportunity to provide a very...

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In the trials fields, the finest flowers and vegetables are identified from the countless new introductions. Elsewhere in the garden, cultivation techniques, such as composting or... more

Plays 6,702 yards off the back tees to a stiff par 71, the par threes, especially the outstanding 183-yard seventh and the 215-yard 11th, are extremely... more

It houses Guildford House gallery: a changing exhibition space offering a varied programme of art and craft shows, workshops and talks; a craft gift shop; Tourist... more

In 1852 astronomer Richard Carrington built a house and observatory on high ground overlooking Redhill. It was ideal for his work and he discovered the existence of solar flares and their influence on the earth.

The Belfry Shopping Centre is the main area for chain stores. Redhill also has a street market on Thursdays and Saturdays with the occasional French Market.

Learning to Mountainboard at Ride The Hill is a great chance to get outside in the...

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The walled rose garden is divided into four squares sectioned by paths, sumptuous rambler roses smother the pergola and the eye-catching water tower is covered with... more

Outwood Common was used by commoners for grazing and timber up until the mid 1800s and...

Built in 1872, Nutfield Priory has been lovingly restored to its original splendour. With elaborately carved wood panelling and stained ... More | visit website map book Bridge House Hotel (1.40 miles)

Chartwell was the home of Sir Winston Churchill with magnificent views over the Weald of Kent. The house and gardens are filled with his personal mementoes, making it a wonderful way to touch with history.

The Bridge House Hotel & Restaurant has just completed a major refurbishment making this a stylish and comfortable property throughout. Fully airconditioned, big beds with cosy duvets, flatscreen TV's, balconies and patios on ... More map website Best Western Reigate Manor Hotel (1.52 miles)More Information

Nestled under the North Downs overlooked by the legendary Box Hill beauty spot. The modrn Clubhouse is buildt on two levels with the restaurant and lounge... more

The many features include a lake, island with pavilion, camellia terrace, grotto, turf amphitheatre, which feels remarkably modern in style, together with ever changing view-points and... more

Donyngs Leisure Centre is open 7 days a week offering a state of the art gym, swimming...

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Harlequin Theatre & Cinema So You Wanna Be! Performing Arts School

Gatton Park is a spectacular, historic park landscaped by 'Capability' Brown situated at...

Bring your girlfriends and swan around in the pool (there’s an outdoor one for sunny days) and explore and rest your head down in a series... more

The town blends old and new, with attractive Victorian buildings alongside modern architecture. The Belfry shopping centre is home to a range of major retailers including Marks and Spencer, Boots, WH Smith and Top Shop to name but a few, as well as a range of smaller shops catering for your every day needs. The tree-lined, pedestrianised High Street makes shopping easy and a thriving twice-weekly market gives the town a real buzz on market days.

Copthorne CC (Cricket) Merstham (Amateur Football) Monotype (Amateur Football) Mountain Warriors (Martial Arts) Old Reigatian (Men's Hockey) Redhill (Amateur Football) Redhill Tennis Club (Tennis) Salfords CC (Cricket)

The fountain at the centre of the lower terrace is a copy of one found in the Cloisters at Eton College. The two herbaceous borders that... more