St. Ann's Hill is almost surrounded by the M3 and M25 motorways. The noise is intrusive, but if you can ignore it, it is a nice place to walk. It is the site of a prehistoric fort, and St. Ann's Chapel was built on top of the hill about 700 years ago, though little remains of either. Nun's Well is the source of an ancient spring, though the current construction is probably less than 200 years old.
This is one of several traditional caches dotted around the route of St. Ann's Hill - The Ramble. This one is near the start, a short detour east off the route of the ramble.
From the entrance near the parking there is a steep, loose surfaced descent to the cache, which can get very slippery indeed after rain - this makes it unsuitable for strollers. It is advisable to wear appropriate footwear.
|Parking area||---||Parking for a dozen cars inside the gates. There is also space for a couple more outside the gates.|