12 members plus Teddy set off from Witley station on a circular walk through the wooded hills of SW Surrey. At several parts of the walk we traversed the Greensand Way. We also walked on part of the Octavia Hill Trail named after the founder of the National Trust and passed an avenue of houses owned by millionaires. The gardens were so large you couldn’t see the houses! We took our lunch break in Hascombe village at the lovely White Horse pub, which served some great beer and lovely, if slightly expensive, food or picnicked by the picturesque village pond with a Victorian church opposite. Towards the end of the walk we also had fine views of Blackdown Hill and the South Downs across heathland, before coming back down to Witley Station.