Cranhor one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Cranleigh and Horsham.

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Problems reported -  Safety (1)

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Grid Ref TQ0603039030
Lat / Lon 51.14073° / -0.48572°
Easting / Northing 506,030E / 139,030N
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Grid Ref TQ1785530974
Lat / Lon 51.06601° / -0.31939°
Easting / Northing 517,855E / 130,974N
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Cranhor One's land is

Arable 13.1%
Other agricultural land 2.4%
Pasture 45.6%
Urban 25.3%
Woods 13.6%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Steven Kennedy

30 Sep 2022 Autumn

The part of the route follows the downs link which is a well maintained, mostly stone/gravel, path. As you leave the downs link at Rudgwick the accessibility reduces and the number of obstacles on the route increases along the Sussex border path. The fields in Rudgwick regularly contain livestock which people should be aware of and upon crossing church street there are steps and fields to cross. Care should be taken when walking along Rowhook Road as there is no path and cars drive quickly along this country lane. The footpath across the fields behind Warnham has been rerouted to avoid Warnham Manor so people will need to follow the Shelley Cycle path which is clearly signposted. The most dangerous part of the suggested route is crossing the A24. I would suggest continuing down Daux Hill until you get to Robin Hood Roundabout and using the newly installed pedestrian crossings here as a much safer option.

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