Wednesday 4 March 1030-1200
Gatton Park, Reigate Fort, Queens Park, Colley Hill.
Everyone is welcome to a discussion with Marc Russell, National Trust Reigate Area Ranger.
Marc’s illustrated talk will cover local places that embody the trust’s special interests: heritage and nature conservation.
Reigate Fort (pictured) was one of 13 ‘mobilisation centres’ built along the North Downs in the 1890s to protect London from invasion by the French. Gatton Park was designed between 1762 and 1766 by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. It’s now a Site of Special Scientific Interest for wildlife and habitats.
Redhill Library Coffee Mornings are known for their good conversation, friendly atmosphere and opportunities to share local knowledge.
Why not take part and invite a friend? Entry is free with a small charge for refreshments.