1st Woldingham Scouts has established (using existing bridleways and footpaths) a Woldingham Parish Boundary Path to celebrate our Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The path stays as close to our parish boundary as possible and the map shows the route.
This project has been done in consultation with Surrey County Council’s Countryside Access team and their support is greatly appreciated. 1st Woldingham Scouts are very grateful to Woldingham Parish Council for the grant support they have given to this project.
The boundary path goes through stunning countryside and it is hoped that it will provide, in perpetuity, much enjoyment to the community and contribute to the health and wellbeing of all those who go out and explore it.
To join 1st Woldingham Scouts on our adventures or to volunteer please contact us via email at email@example.com
The Scouts is a co-educational charity focussed on youth development and welcomes every religion, race, ethnicity, gender orientation, able or disabled…come and join in the fun.
1st Woldingham Scouts
Click on the map image for a larger printable version or download here. The map will be permanently available on the Woldingham Village website.
NOTE: This map is not to scale and is for illustrative purposes only. It is based on the Woldingham Village Map and Woldingham Neighbourhood Plan Map. Please refer to Tandridge District Council documents for definitive maps of the designated areas and OS maps for scaled and topographical information. Anyone walking on the routes shown on this map do so at their own risk. 1st Woldingham Scouts and the Woldingham Parish Council do not accept responsibility, or liability, for any potential risks that walkers may be faced with.