Surrey Hills News

Keep up to date with the latest news from your National Landscape. We regularly publish stories about recent events and important happenings in the Surrey Hills.

Landmark Memorandum of Understanding Signed

Arts Council England and National Association for Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty sign landmark Memorandum of Understanding Sir Nicholas Serota,…

Surrey Hills Arts launches ‘HABITAT’

On Wednesday 27 July, Surrey Hills Arts celebrated their launch of ‘HABITAT’ at the University of Surrey. ‘HABITAT’ is an…

Job opportunity: Environmental Land Management Adviser

NOW CLOSED This role is part of the Surrey Hills National Landscape team, hosted by Surrey County Council and working…

Surrey Hills National Landscape launches Summer Travel Campaign

The Surrey Hills National Landscape is delighted to launch their Summer Travel Campaign, welcoming visitors into the Surrey Hills by bus, rail, and active travel.

Celebrate Surrey’s woodlands

Celebrate Surrey’s woodlands and discover the wonder of wood at the Surrey Hills Wood Fair 2022 Learn about traditional woodland…

Surrey Hills host Lord Benyon for a day of landscape and community engagement

On Tuesday 1 February 2022, the Surrey Hills National Landscape was delighted to host The Rt Hon Lord Benyon, the Government Minister for Rural Affairs, Access to Nature and Biosecurity for the opportunity to hear about their current projects, and meet some of the land managers, local businesses and partners within the Surrey Hills.

Vibrant murals and maps transform bus shelters

A colourful makeover has transformed three bus shelters and created a useful information point for exploring Haslemere and the stunning…

Hindhead Tunnel celebrates ten years of making life better for the environment, community and road users

he pioneering Hindhead Tunnel in Surrey that helps to connect Hindhead Common, and that has improved air quality, reduced traffic noise and eased traffic queues on the A3 route between London and the south coast, celebrates its tenth anniversary today.

Latest addition to the Inspiring Views project launches in the Surrey Hills

A new Inspiring Views artwork was launched at the end of June on Denbies Hillside. ‘Radius’ is a distinct sculptural seat and the eighth in the ‘Inspiring Views’ programme.

Heathland Artworks returns to Farnham Heath

Heathland Artworks returns to RSPB Farnham Heath. This free exhibition is a perfect opportunity to get out into this beautiful landscape and see some wonderful creations.

New Rail to Ramble routes highlight sustainable access to the Surrey Hills

This week saw the launch of a new series of Rail to Ramble routes, designed to highlight how accessible the Surrey Hills is by train and to encourage people to visit this nationally protected landscape in a more sustainable way.

Natural England announces proposed expansion of Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Natural England is today (Thursday 24 June) announcing that the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is to be considered for boundary expansion. Securing this designation would allow the area to benefit from greater protections, so that more of England’s beautiful landscapes are safeguarded for future generations.

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