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The brewery decided to gift Pewley to the town as a war memorial and today the hillside is a popular destination for local people wanting to enjoy the views over the Weald Basin and Surrey Hills. MORE HERE At the close of the First World War the now defunct Friary Brewery was a significant landowner in the area, and as well as owning key sites in Guildford where their brewery functions were carried out, the brewery in 1920 bought a substantial part of Pewley Down near the town. The SPAs are there to protect rare birds including the Dartford warbler, woodlark and nightjar. The plan looks at ways of new housing being able to be built within the 5km planning exclusion zone protecting the six Special Protection Areas (SPA) in place in the borough. I am 45 year old novice domme, just looking to learn from more experienced people.I am 5ft 4in tall, slim with brown hair and brown eyes, and lovely feet.
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The children have the opportunity to experience roles undertaken by the Home Guard and the Air Raid Precaution service, and enables them to take part in activities such as air raids, bayonet charges, blackouts and roadblocks.
The fort was converted into a command post of the Home Guard during the war.
The Henley Fort Young People's Enactment Society, which is aided by the Heritage Lottery Fund, provides renactments of the activities of the West Surrey Regiment Volunteers dating to 1900.
The fort uses genuine wartime equipment including an air raid siren, helmets and decomissioned rifles.
The main habitats here include grassland and woodland which have been protected by designation as a Site of Nature Conservation Interest.