Ride London Cycle challenge to benefit the Surrey Hills Society


The Surrey Hills Society is going to be represented at the Ride London cycle challenge on 4 August by two riders and members, Nick Jubert and Chris Holyoak. The lucky pair are hoping to notch up a good time on Read on! →

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Questionnaire – Help shape the future of the Society


Please let us know your thoughts on the Surrey Hills Society by completing our online questionnaire: Your feedback helps to shape the Society so would be greatly appreciated.

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Space in the Surrey Hills


There is a sign-post in Holmbury St Mary with the cryptic initials MSSL on the finger pointing up a narrow lane into the hills above the village.?ÿ Following this lane one rises higher and higher and deep into wooded countryside.?ÿ Read on! →

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SHS at the County Show


The late May bank holiday Monday is traditionally the date of the Surrey County Show.?ÿ Each year the Surrey Hills Society has a presence within the Visit Surrey marquee and promotes the Surrey Hills AONB and the Society.?ÿ As the Read on! →

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Ibstock Brickworks and Vann Lake


A recent Society event combined modern industry at a local brickworks and the SSSI at nearby Vann Lake. We started ?ÿat the Ibstock brickworks at Newdigate where we were given a comprehensive introductory talk about the manufacture of bricks.?ÿ The Read on! →

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Chairmans Day at Chilworth


Our former Chairman (now President) always managed to organise his Chairman’s Day on a lovely sunny day. Our current Chairman (Christine Howard) was not so lucky for her first Chairman’s Day! Waking up to a grey rainy Friday morning, she could Read on! →

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February Walk Around The Polesden Lacey Estate


On 17th February 28 Surrey Hills Society members set off in the mist from the top of Ranmore Common to slither down the muddy hillside through the woodland of the Polesden Lacey Estate, accompanied by Simon Akeroyd (Garden and Countryside Read on! →

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Vineyard Development in Surrey


I first became interested in English wines in the mid-1970’s when a couple of very warm summers helped producers to show what could be achieved. I remember examples from Hampshire, Sussex, Kent and even Essex but have no recollection of Read on! →

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