He was friendly and chatted to all those who wanted to chat.
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A well-loved cop from TV series The Bill took part in a vintage car run to open a popular village day this weekend.
Ashtead Village Day featured inflatable giant battles, maypole dancing, a fun fair, a falconry display, bands, a dog show, silver band and pony rides.
Sperling remained at Norbury Park for 24 years and was responsible for developing the gardens around the House, including the building of Weir Bridge over the River Mole, which still stands today and is Grade II* listed.
The Park was owned for two centuries by the Stydolf family and the diarist John Evelyn records a visit in August 1655 to both Box Hill, Surrey and Norbury Park, which was then owned by Sir Francis Stydolf.
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The park also contains, at Druids Grove marked on Ordnance Survey maps, an important grove of yew trees apocryphally used by Druids for rituals and ceremony.
They are some of the oldest trees of Great Britain.