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Silent Wetness

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Location: Newlands Corner & Silent Pool
Date: Saturday 12 May 2012
Time: 02:00 PM - 03:30 PM
Meet at: Silent Pool car park, off eastbound carriageway of the A25 (Shere Road) almost opposite the turning for Albury and Godalming. Post code GU5 9BW.
Admission: Suggested donation, adults £2.50, concessions/children £1.
Organised by: Surrey Wildlife Trust Ranger Leo Jennings 07968 832504.

Silent Pool is a place that many have heard of, but know little about. Join Surrey Wildlife Trust Ranger Leo Jennings for a gentle stroll to discover how this beauty spot got its name, why the pool may dry up but never freezes, and how a Biffaward grant is enabling us to improve the site for wildlife and people. Grid Ref: TQ 059 484. Distance: 1 mile. Nearest Train Station: Gomshall, 3 miles. Nearest Bus Stop: Arriva 21, 22, 25 and 35, 200m.

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