|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||3.7 miles (6 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
The B2024 is a short 'B' Road which nonetheless manages to cross the Surrey/Kent border on its three mile route.
The route starts at Titsey, which is a large estate of a former manor house now in the care of a foundation. It begins from a small roundabout on the B269 right at the top of the North Downs on Botley Hill (height 260 metres). The road initially travels eastwards along the ridge and several transmitters are present on the left to take advantage of the hilltop location. On the right is a wood which initially blocks the view. Presently the wood gives way to farmland and there are good views over the Surrey/Kent border.
The road then starts to descend but still travels almost parallel to the ridge; consequently the gradient is not that marked. On the road is a short lane that very shortly joins Clackett Lane: an unremarkable country lane but which lends its name to the M25 Service Area. Passing Tatsfield Court Farm, the road turns to the south near the bottom of the ridge. It then crosses into Kent. Ahead is the M25 which is passed underneath. Very shortly thereafter the village of Westerham is reached and NSL goes straight to a 30 mph limit. A couple of bends later that's it and the road ends on the A25 in the centre of the village.