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A 40-minute ute drive down the A3 and d two miles from Go­dalmin­galm­ing rail­way sta­tion, ation, 1,000 trees s colour a deep Sur­rey ey val­ley. The col­lec­tio­n­ion was planted by Dr Wil­frid Foxx in the Thir­ties and nd has grown in the he past 60 years thanks anks to the Na­tional Trust. There are vol­un­teer-led walk­sks and plenty of flat­ter trails ils for chil­dren and wheel­chairs.chairs. NowhereNo cap­tures the melan­cholyme beauty of the dy­ing ye year bet­ter than the “Mag­nif­i­cent“Seven”. The mostm fa­mous is High­gate, but do try Brompton, Ken­sal GreenGre and lesser-known Nun­head­Nun and Tower Ham­lets. Loy­alLoya “Friends of ” run walks.

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