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.

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…

Positive steps forward for Surrey Hills “Farm to fork” business

One of the positives to have come out of the pandemic has been the innovation and diversification that many businesses…

Striking new artwork installed in the Surrey Hills

Striking new artwork ‘Optohedron’ has been installed along the North Downs Way National Trail, a short walk from Newlands Corner…

Surrey MPs support Surrey Hills Boundary Review

Surrey MPs, led by Jonathan Lord MP, are urging Natural England to begin the long-awaited review of the proposed extension to the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

Surrey Hills next in line for boundary extension

The Surrey Hills AONB Board are delighted to hear the news today 7 July that fellow AONB, Suffolk Coast &…

How will the British landscape look different post Covid-19?

The Prize is a bold and exciting opportunity for optimists to help visualise a hopeful and possible future for the London City Region by sharing ideas to make our lives and landscapes greener, healthier, more beautiful and wilder.

Buglife’s B-Lines will put a buzz back into Surrey‘s towns and countryside

Buglife with funding from Defra, has launched an ambitious plan to help our bees, butterflies, hoverflies and other pollinating insects.

Safe Haven for Swifts in the Surrey Hills

An eye-catching new swift nesting tower has been erected in the Surrey Hills on Shalford Common to protect one of Britain’s most remarkable and endangered bird species.

‘Don’t travel’ plea from the Surrey Hills

As we head into the Bank Holiday weekend with good weather forecast we want to re-iterate our message that this is not the time to travel to visit the Surrey Hills as many public facilities and car parks remain closed.

Sky Lanterns – a huge danger to environment & wildlife

Concern is growing on the increased use of sky lanterns and the damage they are doing to our local countryside, wildlife and livestock.

The Surrey Hills is here for everyone

In these very challenging times that we face we want to remind you that the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is still here.

New 5 year Management Plan launched for the Surrey Hills

The Surrey Hills AONB Management Plan is an important step in the conservation of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and was launched in early December 2019.

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