Here are our top five suggestions for things to do in Spring in preparation for your Surrey Relocation. Exploring Surrey at this time of year can be both cultural and great family fun with all the Easter and Mothering Sunday events on offer. Families relocating to Surrey can use these tips for orientation purposes. Surrey, with its well known towns such as Guildford and Dorking and the many pretty villages nearby have lots to offer – as well as being an excellent location for your new home and school for your family.
Great Bookham, near Dorking Surrey
Polesden Lacey– 01372 452048
As part of our Surrey Orientation how about trying one of the glorious glimpse tours of Polesden Lacey – every Saturday and Sunday from 9th January to the 28th February. If this doesn’t appeal you can join The rambler’s walk takes place on the fourth Wednesday of each month from 9.30 – 11am and involves a guided walk around the estate
East Clandon, Guildford
Hatchlands Park – 01483 222482
Follow the half-term trail which is open every day from Saturday 13th February to Sunday 21st February from 10.30 – 4.00pm or the children can take their mother out for a Mothering Sunday treat and have a cake in the café and mums go free.
Leith Hill Place – 01306 711685
Leith Hill Place in Dorking, Surrey is an atmospheric house which has outstanding views. They are offering a architectural talk about the history of Leith Hill Place with Patrick Newberry on Sunday 13th March and Saturday 16th April at 1.45 and 3.15pm.
Leith Hill Place is also holding a Concert: Trio Martinu (piano trio) on the 29th April at 6.30pm. The trio are from the Prague Symphony Orchestra and have been performing together for the last 15 years. Tickets cost £22.00 for the evening and that includes a drink in the interval.
Claremont Landscape Garden – 01372 467806
Claremont are holding a number of activities for children. One we think the children will enjoy is the Cadbury East Egg Hunt which is running on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th of March from 10.30 to 5pm and they are holding an Easter bonnet competition and parade on Saturday at 3pm with prizes for the best bonnets.
If you want to do something entirely different though you could greet the birds with Matt Phelps the National Trust garden and enthusiastic ‘birder’ and have breakfast. The cost is £15.00 Adult and £8.00 Child.
Home Finders, Pavilion Relocation provide expert help with a Surrey Relocation. They can organise detailed and comprehensive Orientation tours to help their clients during their Relocation to Surrey. Pavilion Relocation agents provide a full range of Home Finder and School Finder services and detailed information on a preferred home location through their Executive Relocation package.