Centenary Woods Epsom Downs Walk

The group met ay Epsom Downs and walked to Centenary Woods on October 20th.

From the left: Ron, Pat, Liz, Bob, Jeanie, Malcolm, Ken and Norman. Photographer Peter.

Standing in a field of recently planted woods.

Pat conducting his inspection.

Memorial seat to Joseph Farrar who died on 17 March 1917 when his destroyer HMS Paragon was sunk by a German destroyer.

A wooden seat with many objects in memory of a husband and wife who lived in Walton Heath.

Just the place to rest with the dog.

The field commemorating the inspection of troops billeted on Epsom Downs by Lord Kitchener in January 1915.

Attention!

A field of stone soldiers.

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