This walk is named after William Tatton Winter a local artist.

William Tatton Winter was born in the north of England where he studied art formally here and on the continent before eventually settling in Reigate.

He received royal recognition from both Queen Victoria and Queen Mary and exhibited Europe-wide.

The locations of many of his paintings of Reigate are numbered in the following route description and map.

Timeless landscapes

It will surprise you to discover how little has changed in Reigate when you match the paintings of Tatton Winter to the present day.

The walk has two distinct parts. The first part (paintings 1-6) is suitable for those with walking difficulties, child buggies or wheelchairs and is a journey around the town of Reigate and includes Reigate Castle Grounds.

You start at the Old Town Hall and make your way to Bell Street.

Among the scenes he depicted which you will see on your route are the Old Town Hall, Bell Street, Chart Lane, Church Street, Castle Walk, the Randell Vogan Memorial and Bluebells in Priory Woods.

Challenging walk

The second part (paintings 7-10) is longer in distance and includes some steep and unsurfaced paths through Priory Park woodland.

Each part of the walk begins at the Old Town Hall in Reigate Town Centre. Please take care when crossing roads in and around Reigate, as they are usually very busy.