Lynchmere Common Health Walk
17 December 2019
10.30 to 11.30
A gentle, generally easy going walk (with some short inclines, declines and uneven surfaces) on heathland paths, including part of the Serpents Trail and Sussex Border Path Promoted routes, looking at some of the special natural and cultural features of our Heathland Heritage. On land owned and managed by the Lynchmere Society and delivered as part of the Heathlands Reunited Project.
Meet at the Lynchmere Society Noticeboard at the main entrance to the site on the western side of the common.
No service by bus. Rail - Liphook train station is 3.2km from the start, accessible from the New Lipchis Way/Sussex Border path and Serpents Trail. SU864315 By Car - from B2121 (Liphook to Haslemere) take turning right (south) 0.6 miles (1km) after Railway bridge on outskirts of Liphook (Sussex County border). From Haslemere, left turn 0.8 miles (1.3km) after leaving Hammer. Parking areas 200m on both sides of road