The Mill



We operate from a beautiful setting in the heart of the Surrey Hills at The Mill, Forest Green. Here we build survival shelters and campfires and search for animal tracks in the safety of the wooded grounds, fish with nets in nearby streams and play sports and wide games in the grounds. The Mill building has a well equipped art room, a networked computer suite/classroom, a games room (with table tennis, air hockey, pool table and wii) a cosy dining room and accommodation for 40, with camping space for 140+. It lies in 10 acres of woodland, meadow and stream.

The Mill Map & Directions:

From the M25: Leave at Junction 9 following signs to Dorking. Continue on the A24 in direction of Horsham/Worthing. At roundabout go straight on, staying on the A24. Follow the A24 until the Beare Green roundabout and take the 4th exit onto the A29 Ockley. At Ockley, turn right onto the B2126, signposted Forest Green/Ewhurst. Stay on this road which becomes the B2127 (signposted Ewhurst). On arriving at Forest Green, proceed for another half a mile then turn right into Mill Lane. Follow to the top to arrive at The Mill.

From Guildford / A3: Take the A25 towards Dorking. Drive through Gomshall and at Abinger Hammer, turn right onto the B2126. Pass through Holmbury St Mary. On arriving at Forest Green, proceed for another half mile then turn right into Mill Lane. Follow to the top to arrive at The Mill.

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Our team building days take place primarily at the Glade, Holmbury St Mary RH5 6PG which is situated at the edge of the Hurtwood Forest. Based here we also have use of Holmbury St Mary Village Hall which stands in a clearing and is secure site for belongings and for use of toilets, kitchen facilities and easy access parking.

The Glade Map & Directions:

From London: Take the A3 towards Guildford and exit the A3 at the Hook Junction (Chessington World of Adventures turnoff). Follow the A243 which then becomes the A24 towards Dorking. At Dorking, follow the signposts for A25 Guildford. Travel along the A25 through Westcott and Wotton and the next village you come to is Abinger Hammer. Here, turn left onto the B2126 opposite the post office and head towards Holmbury St Mary. Follow this road for just over 2 miles until you come to a triangular green on the right hand side. On this green is the Royal Oak public house. At this point turn right into Felday Glade, continuing to the top of the road, where there is a car park.

From Guildford / A3: Take the A25 towards Dorking. Continue on the A25 to Abinger Hammer. Turn right onto the B2126 opposite the post office and head towards Holmbury St Mary. Follow this road for just over 2 miles until you come to a triangular green on the right hand side. On this green is the Royal Oak public house. At this point turn right into Felday Glade, continuing to the top of the road, where there is a car park.

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