Inglis Memorial, Reigate, Surrey

The Inglis Memorial probably isn’t the kind of thing you expect to see in the Surrey Hills AONB, but there it stands, on Colley Hill above Reigate providing a great backdrop for photographs, and a shelter for walkers who get caught in a shower. The Inglis Memorial was originally built as a drinking fountain for horses as it was the main route over the hill; its name comes from the man who donated it to the borough in 1909 – Lieutenant Colonel Sir Robert William Inglis. It's a lovely spot for picnics, walking, and cycling; take the bat, have a game of French cricket whilst you’re here. The views are hard to beat.

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