The Airforces Memorial (Runnymede) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... signs I made my way to the Runnymede site. Runnymede is better known as the site at which the Magna Carta was signed, and in fact the Memorial over looks the meadow which is believed to have been this site. Finding the Memorial is fairly painless, follow the small brown tourist signs down the lane, but be careful there is a white sign which indicates that the Memorial Carpark is on your ... more
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by - written on 16/12/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
In recent times I have found myself traveling from my beloved north to the wicked South in order to spend time with he who is known as Mr Scuba (more commonly referred to as the petboy). But on the latest occasion I was unable to spend the entire day with him thanks to his having to work so was in need of something to do to keep myself amused before my time to head north again. As I was in the car I decided to head out towards Virginia Water and while seeking a practical place to park and take a stroll spotted a sign for the 'Air Forces Memorial' it took my interest so following a succession of increasingly small signs I made my way to the Runnymede ... Read the complete review
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