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The river flows initially southwards for 1 km (0.6 mi) to a small lake at Baldhorns Park, before running eastwards through a largely rural area towards Crawley.

The first tributaries to join the young river drain the northernmost part of St Leonard's Forest, between Horsham and Crawley, although much of the forest is in the catchment area of the River Arun.

From Sidlow the Mole turns north west towards Brockham.

A number of minor tributaries join the river from the west and are typically second order streams draining the woodland and arable land between Horsham and Dorking.

At Leatherhead, the Mole leaves the chalk and turns northwestwards to flow across impermeable London Clay, winding towards Cobham.

The water table rises at this point and much of the water which drained out of the channel through the chalk returns through springs in the riverbed.

The course of the Mole within the airport perimeter has been altered several times since commercial flights began in 1945; however the meanders visible on the 1839 tithe map in the 1.5 km stretch immediately north of the runway were reinstated in 1999, in a £1.2 million project to facilitate airport expansion.

The largest STW in the Mole catchment (Reigate STW) discharges up to 118.5 megalitres per day into the Earlswood Brook.The Mole skirts the northern suburbs of Crawley where it is joined by its first major tributary, Ifield Brook, which drains Ifield Mill Pond.The first gauging station on the Mole is south of Gatwick Airport (57 m above OD).During the second half of the 20th century pollution levels in the river were high, however since 1995 the water quality has improved dramatically and the Mole now boasts the greatest diversity of fish species of any river in England.Twelve Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) that include wetland habitats are located within the Mole catchment area and the stretch of river through Leatherhead has been designated a Local Nature Reserve.Annually the catchment area receives 761 mm rain each year, the greatest average level of rainfall is 800 mm rain around Crawley.