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Event Details

Date: Sunday 30th June 2013
Start Time: 2.15 pm
Location: The Belmont, Brighton Road, Sutton, Surrey, SM2 5SU
Organisers: Peter, Kiran and Zara Evans
Present:The Banstead Breakout
Walk Distance: 2.75 miles, 4 km

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The Belmont, Brighton Road, Sutton, Surrey, SM2 5SU. Phone 020 8642 9799.
From the M25 leave at junction 8 and drive north on the A217. At the roundabout junction with the B2230 (Brighton Road) take this road and the pub is just past the junction with the first turning on the right, Downs Road.

Nat Grid Ref:  TQ 256 621

Public Transport

Belmont station is just across the road from the pub. However, it would probably be better to get off at Sutton station and either walk the mile or so to the pub or wait for the 280 bus as Sutton is a much larger station with frequent trains.
Check the national rail website here for times: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk
Bus 280 stops outside the pub and the 80 stops outside Sutton Hospital which is a 5 minute walk away.


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Walk & Location Information

The Walk: A very short and easy 2.75 miles (4 km) walk over many flat and well made paths and bridleways with no stiles, steep inclines, steps, gates or other obstacles. Completely buggy and child friendly route. Lots of horses to look at and a good route for bird watching. The last three stages are suitable for letting dogs loose but otherwise there are too many horses.
The Venue: A nice pub that has two car parks and there is other ample parking in the area. Carvery lunch (from 8.95) served and main menu available. Booking only available until 12:15 then it is first come first served. I'm prepared to stagger the starts a little after 2:15 if people are still eating as it is a very short walk and we don't live very far. You can look at the menu here: http://www.greatbritishcarvery.co.uk/our-pubs/belmont
Children are welcome as long as they ensure their parents are well behaved! There is a children's park opposite the pub with swings and roundabouts etc and a multi sports cage for the older ones with balls. Dogs are welcome on a lead in the pub garden. At the time of writing the pub served Abbott Ale and Fullers London Pride. They sometimes have guest beers. The pub has an open Wifi network available.

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Starter Clues

Q 1Let both men break out and mix.
Q 2Serve up the king, serve up the queen, serve up the nave, it can be seen.
Q 3Seas of green come be alarming.

Spare clues are all in the area of the side car park of the pub and can be used to replace any missing ones.

Spare ATread with care with restricted mobility.
Spare BPole to pole there is no sign.

Stage 1

Exit the pub around the patio garden and through the side car park away from the main road. Turn left and stay on the left hand pavement. Continue straight over cross roads and carry on forwards. EOS 1 At the 'Zone Ends' sign on your left.

Q 4Do we hear a US state arrested?
Q 5Detective hides at Spanish house.
Q 6A snap roll made history.
Q 7Cross the line and lose an S initially.

Stage 2

Continue straight ahead across side road. At 'Fairway' cross the road you are walking along to the grass verge on your R/H side. When you get to ' Sunny Mead Avenue' take the bridleway ahead right. EOS 2 Finger post as you pass Huntingfield Farm on the right.

Q 8Night can stay to embrace the day.
Q 9I break out of rind with poor action on fool.
Q 10What do we hear the inn keeper here will have you upon the roof.
Q 11Push at limits inviting noticeable gaps.

Stage 3

Take the bridleway on your right just past Huntingfield Farm. Soon the bridleway becomes a road. EOS 3 The entrance to 'Casa Miel'.

Q 12Rippled like the ocean in furrows and ridges, the weather repelled, the walls it bridges.
Q 13West country leeward.
Q 14Getting warm but you've been warned not to call this number.
Q 15Please adjust your vertical hold.

Stage 4

Continue straight ahead keeping the tall wall on your right. Turn right at the corner of the wall where the track crosses the road. Keep the wall on your right. EOS 4 Where the wall bends to the right.

Q 16Plenty of room for dancing. No room for thinking.
Q 17The only place to break out.
Q 18Is it a lie? Has leg bailed off for the day?

Stage 5

Continue round with the wall on your right. There are NO clues looking into the prison entrances. At the road turn left and stay on the path. At the end of the road turn right. EOS 5 At the first dropped curb just past the 30 mph sign.

Q 19Nailed on the head is a composite cap.
Q 20No more deposits here.
Q 21Secured to a telecoms provider.
Q 22Environmental measurement.

Stage 6

Cross the road and go onto the track on the other side. Immediately turn right. Follow this track gently down the incline through the woods. Take the right hand fork when you reach the clearing with new houses in front of you. Turn right on the slip road. EOS 6 & EOQW 'Commonside Close' road sign on the low wall on your left. Cross the road back to the pub.

Q 23On reflection we see red.
Q 24Have always watched trees having outward ripping needles.
Q 25Break some out of scheme,
The signs cannot hide.
Restore a popular nearby team,
By taking what's left,
When moons collide.

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Starter Clues

Q 1Count the lamps
Q 2Three pairs, one on it's own. Tall and strong. What are they?
Q 3In memory of soldiers.

Stage 1

Q 4What time is the last pick up of post on Saturday?
Q 5Give a dog a ........?

Stage 2

Q 6Can you find the fox giving you the weather?
Q 7What course can you see on your left?

Stage 3

Q 8What is the security watching?
Q 9Name the bird that is flying in the London Loop.

Stage 4

Q 10Where do you find a strange place for a stump to be?

Stage 5

Q 11It's red, it's old and you can't use it anymore. What is it?
Q 12What is the speed limit on the road from the prisons?

Stage 6

Q 13Bring a Hawthorn leaf back to the pub.

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Q 1The Belmont (anag)
Q 2Ace
Q 3Secom security
Q 4California Court.
Q 5'TEC' alarm on Casa Rosa.
Q 6Royal Marsden Hospital (anag)
Q 7Boundary marker between Sutton and Cheam/Carshalton.
Q 8Moon and sun on the side of a house.
Q 9I break rind with poor action on fool. Corporation of London (anag) on posts.
Q 10Tyler
Q 11Push At Limits Inviting Noticeable Gaps.
Q 12Corrugated roofing.
Q 13South West shelters.
Q 14Warning. Hotline. On electric fence (01626 331188)
Q 15CCTV sign upside down.
Q 16Bungalow. (Upstairs for thinking, downstairs for dancing.)
Q 17Missing railing in run along the wall.
Q 18Tree stump in middle of path. In cricket the middle stump is a 'Lie' stump and if the batsman is bowled out the stumps have had the bails knocked off..
Q 19Alloy metal nailed to the top of a post.
Q 20Old post box in wall that has been sealed up.
Q 21BT and padlock signs on hatch covers.
Q 22Environmental measurement station on corner of road.
Q 23Red reflector next to road.
Q 24Have Always Watched Trees Having Outward Ripping Needles.
Q 25MOONS COLLIDE with part of SchEMe to restore popular team nearby. COMMONSIDE CLOSE (Anag)

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Q 1Count the lamps.
Q 2Pillars
Q 3Poppy reef
Q 411.30
Q 5Give a dog a (comb)?
Q 6Fox on a weather vane.
Q 7A golf course.
Q 8Country.
Q 9Kestrel.
Q 10Tree stump in the middle of the path.
Q 11Old post box in wall that has been sealed up.
Q 1215mph.
Q 13Bring back a Hawthorn leaf.

Print Results Walk Results

Place Team Members Correct Answers Bonus Points League Points
1 Brenda Watson, Elizabeth Gurteen 23 85 20
2 Darren Goodsell, Pauline Smith, Colin Smith 22 83 19
3 Gillian Hein, Hugh Hein, Joyce Heywood, Roger Heath 22 77 18
4 Robert Whale 21 71 17
5 Joanne Norfolk, Jeremy Norfolk, Alan Reeves 20 65 16
6 Robert Collini, Christine Cooper 20 58 15
7= Derek Harding, Jenny Tidman, Ros McGavin, Brenda Wooden 20 56 14
7= Marion Earp, Charlotte Ryan, Robert Ryan, Jan Spencer 20 56 14
9 Hazel Marshall, Keith Marshall, Kate Kirchmair, Roy Kirchmair 19 51 12
10 Jane Smallwood, Steve & Dianne Darling, Andy & Jackie Button 15 44 11
11 Mark Petch, Evan Percival, John Percival, Patricia Percival, Ruth Percival, Sarah Percival, Laura Breedon, Keith Conway, Ricky Ryan Clements, Kenny Singh Semeh 17 38 10
12 Sue Donelan, John Donelan, Maureen Fox, Mike Fox 13 24 9
13 Mark & Samantha London 7 15 8
14 Elizabeth Mann, Kirtsy, Mandy & Les Staker 9 11 7