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Stepping up to support inaugural running race

Stunning views: the race went by the Devil’s Punch Bowl, a beautiful valley near Hindhead

Stunning views: the race went by the Devil’s Punch Bowl, a beautiful valley near Hindhead

Our Guildford region put their best foot forward to help sponsor an inaugural running race near Hindhead.

The first Punch Bowl 10km Run was to celebrate the coming of the tunnel which now covers the A3 road, removing the man-made divide between the beautiful Hindhead Commons.

The course took in the scenery of the Devil's Punch Bowl which is close to our Hunters Mews development in the town. Our Guildford region chipped in to help make the race happen.

The locally organised event on Sunday 15th September was started by the High Sheriff of Surrey, Dr Helen Bowcock. It attracted running enthusiasts as well as people who just wanted to enjoy a jog or walk through the countryside.

Linden Homes Guildford managing director Peter Youll said: "This was a stunning course to run a race. People passed amazing views and beautiful countryside and it shows what a difference the new Hindhead Tunnel has made.

“We were delighted to support such a great event which went so close by our new collection of homes at Hunters Mews.”

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