Follow Kenley’s yellow brick road for a high-flying ramble

Inside Croydon

Follow the path to Kenley Common, a piece of countryside preserved for you, denizen of the capital, by the foresight and munificence of the City of London Corporation

WANDLE WANDERER: There’s a Bank Holiday coming up and our loyal reader KEN TOWL has found a rambling route of just over two miles which includes a star-gazing observatory, a yellow brick road, the ghostly swishing of gliders, and two decent pubs to way-lay you for lunch or other refreshments

This walk is as a gentle introduction to the London Outer Orbital Path, starting from near Whyteleafe railway station.

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