Inglis Memorial

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You’ll discover the striking Inglis Memorial on Colley Hill.

It was donated to the Borough of Reigate in 1909 by Lieutenant Colonel Sir Robert William Inglis. Originally a drinking fountain for horses at the top of the original main route over Reigate Hill. Now a scenic place for ramblers to rest. There are great walking opportunities in this area and you can pick up the North Downs Way National Trail, herea 153 mile trail from Farnham to Dover offering spectacular views and a fascinating heritage.

Find out more about the Inglis Memorial and the location guide on the National Trust page below.

Reigate Hill from the air

Inglis Memorial

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