Tandridge Ride to Godstone
Saturday 15 Oct 2016

Ride Social in Epsom and Ewell

You may not have heard of Tandridge. Few people know that tucked away inside the M25 to the south of Croydon lies a region that is more reminiscent of the Alps than of a typical London borough. This is definitely a Healthy Ride with a difference - we will be cycling along valleys, looking up to admire chalets nesting in the surrounding mountains. We will be stopping off for coffee at The Dene Cafe in Woldingham. Once we reach our destination Godstone, we will be exploring some very interesting historic buildings that can be found there (see, for example, http://www.godstone.net/organisations/beneficial-organisations/alms-houses/). As there is some climbing to do on this ride, we will need to stop off for a while to recover, so we will be taking a late lunch break at the Red Lion pub in Bletchingley. We will then return to Nonsuch Park via Farthing Downs. Ride Leader: Nigel Bee (tel 07415 315 690, email nigelbee@blueyonder.co.uk )

Starting point - Nonsuch Mansion House Cafe, Ewell Rd, Sutton SM3 8AL

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For more details, and the route, see https://www.cyclinguk.org/event/ride/epsom-ewell-healthy-ride-godstone

Starts:
01:00 - Saturday 15/10/2016
Ends:
01:00 - Saturday 15/10/2016
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