Our bird walk at Bookham Commons this morning


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Visit To Brookwood Cemetery to celebrate Surrey Day


    Surrey Hills Society members spent a fascinating afternoon at Brookwood Cemetery on Saturday 1st May as part of the Surrey Day celebrations.   Although not in the Surrey Hills, Brookwood Cemetery is a hidden gem hidden in the countryside Read on! →

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Bluebells at Staffhurst Woods


  It was great to be out and about again with all our members again.  This month our free walk on the first Sunday of the month was to Staffhurst Wood to enjoy the incredible bluebell display.  This site managed Read on! →

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Dunsborough Park Tulip Extravaganza


Photographs taken yesterday at our private visit at Dunsbrough Park to see their fabulous display of tulips. Read on! →

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The Countryside Code in the Surrey Hills AONB


Defra published a video on social media over the weekend of our local farmer, Paula Matthews talking about how to enjoy visiting the Surrey Hills responsibly. Read on! →

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Exploring the River Wey around Godalming


Our first Sunday morning walk of the month to explore the River Wey on Sunday 11 April proved so popular our leaders kindly arranged an afternoon walk as well!  Read on! →

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Surrey Hills Society “Road Map”


Following the release of the UK Government’s COVID-19 four-step plan to ease lockdown in England, we thought you may like to see our timetable for the next few months. Read on! →

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Nature Recovery petition


Larger Moths Decline over the last 50 Years Our Chairman, Gordon Jackson, was very interested to read the latest information regarding our British moths and we thought we’d share this with you.                 Read on! →

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Off-road impact: 4×4 vehicles causing damage to Surrey Hills


Off Road motorised vehicles are having a major impact on the Surrey Hills. Read on! →

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Tread carefully to respect the Surrey Hills AONB


With the past year having drawn more people than ever towards our green spaces in an effort to find fresh air for exercise and to reconnect with nature, the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is calling on people to remember to tread carefully when walking in the countryside. Read on! →

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