Be a Dorking Bug Hunt Brand Ambassador
Hello, thank you for sharing our messaging for our free Hello Dorking Bug Hunt Trail!
Below you will find a few simple messages and images to share on your social media channels to promote our Bug Hunt Trail. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at any time!
Thank you and take care,
Your Dorking BID Team
This February half term go on an adventure with Hello Dorking and explore the Bug Hunt Trail. 🐛
Answer fun bug themed questions and uncover fascinating facts.
It’s easy to take part:
🐞 Find the bugs hidden around Dorking Town between 9th - 18th February
🪲 Scan the QR code to reveal the answers to bug themed questions
🦋 Answer all the questions to be entered in a draw to win a £100 voucher to spend in Dorking
Come and make a day of it, have a play in the park, stop for brunch or lunch, have a little browse in our lovely local shops and support Dorking high street.
Be sure to tag @hellodorking when you're enjoying the trail!
#BugHunt #ExploreDorking #NatureTrail #FreeTrail #HalfTermActivities #HalfTermFun #InteractiveTrail #TechForGood #FunThingsToDoWithKids #LoyalFreeDorking #SupportSmallBusinesses #VisitDorking #ShopDorking #VisitSurrey #SupportDorking #ShopLocalShopSmall
This February half term, go on an adventure with Hello Dorking and explore the Bug Hunt Trail. 🐛
🐞 Find the bugs hidden around Dorking Town
🪲 Scan the QR code
🦋 Answer all the questions to be entered in a draw to win a £100 voucher to spend in Dorking.
#BugHunt #ExploreDorking #NatureTrail
Use these handy instructions to find your way to the best kept secret in the Surrey Hills, and don't forget to download LoyalFreeApp to find your Dorking Town Guide.
Dorking is under an hour from London and the coast with easy access from Gatwick and the M25. It is served by three rail stations: Dorking Station and Dorking Deepdene Station are a 10 minute walk to town from the east and Dorking West is about a 15 minute walk to town. For more rail information, please visit the National Rail website.
There are two Dorking Rail to Ramble options to and from Dorking, which can be found on SurreyHills.org.
For information on bus timetables, please visit the Surrey County Council website.
Here are some of the 'best' cycle routes to Dorking, according to Map My Ride.
Exit from Junction 9 of the M25, and then continue on to the A24 towards Dorking, turn right at the junction of the A24/A25 into town.
Alternatively, exit from Junction 10 of the M25 and then continue on the A25 towards Dorking, going straight over the A24/A25 junction into town.
From Guildford, use the A25 and from Gatwick use the A217 and A25.