If you’re free on Saturday 13 August, come along to Leith Hill Place where local artists are holding a special event to raise awareness against the planned oil drilling.
Enjoy live music, ecology talks and children’s activities while exploring the childhood home of composer Ralph Vaughan Williams.
Teas, coffees, cakes and scones will be available for a donation inside the house – or bring your own picnic to enjoy in the beautiful surroundings.
Leith Hill Place now belongs to the National Trust, which opposes the drilling and supports the picnic and ongoing art exhibition at Leith Hill Place.
The National Trust entry fee for non-members is £5 per adult and £2.50 per child – cash only.
It’s 400m walk from Leith Hill Rhododendron Wood car park RH5 6LU. For accessibility advice please see website: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/leith-hill-place
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- For updates and to support the campaign, contact Leith Hill Action Group
As this is an awareness event to protect national trust land ,I am a bit disappointed that there will be a £ 5.00 charge for entry. Can this not be waived for this event?
Hi Andrew. You would have to speak to the National Trust about that I’m afraid
Thank you so much for coming along to Leith Hill last Saturday, the event had over 300 visitors. Front page news today on the Surrey Advertiser, It mentions Frack Surrey were present amongst other groups…all positive stuff x