Sandhills, Surrey

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Sandhills is a small hamlet located between the villages of Wormley and Brook in Surrey, UK.[1] It is part of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty and situated on the Green Sand Way.

There is a common owned by the National Trust, and a Donkey sanctuary, founded by John and Kay Lockwood in the 1950s and now operated by the RSPCA.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wilcox, Scott. Newall, Christopher; eds. Victorian Landscape Watercolours. 1992. Yale Center for British Art. p. 177
  2. ^ http://www.rspca.org.uk/local/lockwood-centre-for-horses-and-donkeys/ [accessed 19 August 2014]

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Coordinates: 51°08′06″N 0°39′47″W / 51.135°N 0.663°W / 51.135; -0.663