Lower Green Esher
Welcome to Lower Green Esher, this small community in Esher is steeped in history, from site of The Wire Mill in 1762 on the banks of the River Ember to the thriving community living and working in Lower Green today. On this website you will find links to local history, maps, art, walks and other resources.
On the edge of Lower Green is Littleworth Common, if you are visiting Lower Green you might want to pop into Cafe Rouge for a coffee and a place to park (customers only). The path I took crossed a few roads but enabled a much larger route along The river Rythe.
Just past Esher Common and Arbrook Common on the other side of the A3 is Oxshott Heath, it is accessible by a few car parks but we chose Sandy Lane.
Ditton Common is sliced and diced by rail and road marking this walk easily accessible from Esher station, it can be found on the other side of the ticket office. The loop takes you past several ponds and pubs, Marneys Village Inn and The Greyhound, it also weaves past houses, benches and through a golfContinue reading “Ditton Common Walk”
On the north east edge of Lower Green off a small alley between two houses on Grove Way lies the entrance to Emberside Recreation Ground. This small but stunning spot over looks The River Ember and The elevated Island Barn Reservoir. There is also access to a large field, as to its purpose I amContinue reading “Emberside Recreation Walk”