We are delighted to welcome Christa Emmett as a new Surrey Hills Society Volunteer Co-ordinator which has been made possible by 2 years funding through the Trust Fund, the Community Foundation for Surrey and the AONB Board. Read on! →
The first Greenway in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) was officially launched today (23 September) by the Chairman of Surrey County Council, Helyn Clack. Known as the Leith Hill Greenway, the new route provides greater access for people of all abilities to enjoy beautiful countryside in a sustainable way for their health and well-being whilst reducing conflict. It is hoped this new route will be the first of many Greenways across Surrey linking the countryside with towns and cities. Read on! →
Vote for our Habitat project that will green urban spaces across Surrey! With artists and ecologists working with the local communities, these spaces will include sculptural habitats to support local wildlife as well as improving the street scape.
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This excellent walk was led by Mike Waite, Living Landscapes Officer at the Surrey Wildlife Trust. The weather was perfect for butterflies but Mike is hugely knowledgeable about all wildlife and gave us a real insight into the ecology of Read on! →
Many tree planting initiatives are happening nationwide. But Surrey is already the most wooded county in the country. One of our woodland owning members gives us some thoughts on ways to plant that help rather than harm our environment. Read on! →
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