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Find the King Oak at Bordon Inclosure

Find the King Oak at Bordon Inclosure

Bordon Inclosure is a beautiful area of woodland that connects with the Deadwater Valley Nature Reserve. It has walking trails, a natural play area, brass rubbing posts and a boardwalk along the River Wey.       The natural play area has mud hills to climb up and also logs and tree stumps to balance on.  

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Brass Rubbing at Snaky Lane Nature Reserve, Ash Vale

Brass Rubbing at Snaky Lane Nature Reserve, Ash Vale

Snaky Lane Nature Reserve is a small, local nature reserve with a nature trail of 10 brass rubbing plaques, each with a picture of a plant or animal that you could see around the reserve. We stumbled across these brass plaques on our first visit and the children made me promise to come back the

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East Clandon Recreation Ground

East Clandon Recreation Ground

East Clandon Recreation Ground is a small, well maintained play area with: swings toddler swings a slide a roundabout a see saw and seats for adults. Next to the play area is a small field with a football goal and a tennis court, which is  members only (please see their the East Clandon Village website

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Discover Beale Park, Pangbourne

Discover Beale Park, Pangbourne

Beale Park is a child-sized animal park with three play areas, a miniature railway, gardens and sculptures. Animals, like alpacas, ring-tailed lemurs, owls, wallabies and deer, are scattered around the park, either in enclosures or caged areas. There are also free roaming birds, like peacocks, chickens and ducks.     A miniature railway winds its

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Plunder Treasure at Byfleet Recreation Ground and Play Area

Plunder Treasure at Byfleet Recreation Ground and Play Area

Like a scene from Peter Pan, Byfleet Recreation Ground and Play Area has a pirate ship wrecked in a sea of sand with a grinning crocodile lurking nearby. You can almost hear the tick-tock… The play area is for children to the age of 12 years old. The main play area has equipment including: a sunken

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Splash and Play at Abinger Common and Playground

Splash and Play at Abinger Common and Playground

Abinger Common Playground is a small play area in Abinger Hammer. It is built next to the local cricket ground and an open area that the River Tillingbourne flows through. When we visited the river was shallow and slow flowing and children were paddling, playing and splashing.     The play area was refurbished in

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Follow the Zig-Zag Pathway up to Selbourne Common

Follow the Zig-Zag Pathway up to Selbourne Common

Selbourne Common feels like a magical woodland world, hidden away in the treetops from everyone but you. In fact, finding it is half the adventure.         It is best reached by climbing a Zig-Zag pathway that winds its way up the steepest side of Selbourne Hill. This pathway was cut by the naturalist

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Meet the Animals at Deen City Farm, Morden

Meet the Animals at Deen City Farm, Morden

Deen City Farm is a free entry, urban farm with animals, horse riding, a cafe and a playground on the edge of Morden Hall Park.         The farm has about 150 animals, including cows, pigs, goats, chickens, ducks, owls, alpacas, guinea pigs and rabbits.           Throughout the day there

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