Archive for the ‘Howell Hill’ Category

Violets in South Cheam

by Mary Burstow on 14 March, 2014

One of the things I love about South Cheam at this time of year, is the number of Violets you spot growing in the verges and in peoples front gardens.  They are a delight to behold.  I was especially pleased to see the white violets in Cuddington Way.  I do wonder if someone planted them […]

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Memories of Howell Hill Nature Reserve

by Mary Burstow on 27 September, 2013

This is just fabulous.  Martin Strike contacted me, with reminisenses of his childhood in the 1970’s and Howell Hill, just off Northy Avenue. I discovered the Howell Hill Nature Reserve by chance the other day. I was staying nearby at my Dad’s house and was out jogging, trying to stave off the effects of all […]

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Exploring Howell Hill

by Mary Burstow on 5 November, 2012

I spent a very happy afternoon this week with the children up on Howell Hill.  This is between Northy Avenue and Cuddington Way.  It is a nature reserve owned by Surrey Wildlife Trust. It is only a small walk, you can park the car in Northy Avenue, then walk across a ploughed field, up through […]

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Howell Hill

by Mary Burstow on 20 October, 2011

Paul and I,went for a walk on Howell Hill over the weekend.  It really is Cheams hidden gem.  This wildlife reserve is located between Cuddington Way and Northey Avenue.  Strictly speaking it is part of Epsom Council, which is why nobody in Cheam knows about it. The land is managed by Surrey wildlife trust and […]

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