|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||4 miles (6.4 km)|
|Meets:||B2450, A24, B2032|
|Route outline (key)|
The B2033 is a short, largely rural B-road just outside the M25.
The B2033 starts on a T-junction with the B2450 (originally the A24), just to the south of central Leatherhead. The road is called Church Road and just to prove a point there is the parish church of St Mary & St Nicholas, plus the large churchyard on our right. Continuing past the detached houses of Leatherhead the road reaches a totso. Straight ahead is unclassified and the B2033 takes the right turn.
It shortly reaches a large roundabout junction with the A24, as that primary route now bypasses Leatherhead. Taking the second exit it's out into the country and into a short 50mph limit section, before it becomes one of the few single carriageway classified roads in Surrey to retain the National Speed Limit. An entrance to Cherkley Court, a former stately home and now garden and wedding venue, is passed. We climb steadily past woods and a golf course before a drop and climb to a rather twisty section at Headley Village. It's back to the 30 mph limit through here.
Another totso and a right turn is necessary at a T-junction in Headley; the left turn is again unclassified and takes us back to the A24. Headley Cricket Club is on the left and on the right is the first of two car parks for Headley Common, which is in the care of the National Trust. It's a 40 mph limit in this section, reduced from NSL in recent years. Past the second car park and at a bend to the left a road to Box Hill exits on our right. The road then terminates at a T-junction on the B2032, to the north of Betchworth.