Families & Children

  • Walk through Titsey Estate, see the cows, have some tea (March to September only), head up to the woods and along the downs to Oxted.
  • National Trust – Limpsfield Common. The National Trust Visit Limpsfield Common and all it has to offer, including:
    • World War II air raid shelters – by the cricket pitch.
    • Homes for Woodland Creatures – a brilliant and magical place, full of miniature houses and fun for young children – off Ridlands Grove in Limpsfield Chart
    • Join the National Trust volunteers who look after Limpsfield Common, woodland and historical attractions
  • Try 50 things to do before you’re 11  (National Trust)
  • Discover the Nature Trail and Grub Street Outdoor classroom (just off Grub St on the right hand side – follow Nature Trail sign/path) .
  • Limpsfield Community Orchards – This is a lovely initiative. Go and see the orchard created by the community – harvest time is the best when they have tastings. Next to the allotments on A25 opposite Golf Club/Ballards Lane. Park in carpark by Golf Club.
  • Dragon egg hunting – around the golf course! It’s free. But only when noone’s actually playing. Because that would be stealing 😉
  • Tip-toe through the Bluebells in Staffhurst Wood – April/May. Explore the woods and see the wildlife. Also see Staffhurst Wood | Surrey Wildlife Trust.
  • GeoCaching – It’s the world’s largest treasure hunt, done through GPS and coordinates sent to your phone.  There are various GeoCaching treasure hidden  around Limpsfield.  Find them on the GeoCaching website.

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