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.
The Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP was on hand last week to launch a new network of over 80km of off-road cycling trails in South West Surrey.
The Trade Mark Surrey Hills – A new Trade Mark of local provenance and quality was launched by Surrey Hills Enterprises at Surrey’s Rural Economy Conference on Friday 11th May 2018.
On Tuesday 8th May, the House of Commons was the venue for distinguished guests to celebrate 60 years since the Surrey Hills was designated…
The sun shone and the riders flocked to the picturesque church on the hill last weekend to take part in a special and unique event
On 8 May 1958 the Surrey Hills was officially designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Amanda Loomes is making a short experimental documentary film as part of Surrey Unearthed, a project that is exploring the natural materials of the Surrey Hills landscape through art.
To celebrate 60 years of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty we have collaborated with Illustrations & Prints to create 6 limited edition prints.
Surrey Hills Arts are delighted to announce a grant awarded by Arts Council England of 67K for an exciting new project exploring the natural materials of the Surrey Hills landscape.
There are a number of fantastic activities to enjoy and places to visit in the Surrey Hills, see what Becky Evans from the Beaverbrook Hotel recommends….
Thanks to the Surrey Hills Trust Fund, important conservation work is now complete at Quarry Hangers, a Site of Special Scientific interest (SSSI).
Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) are some of the UK’s most cherished and outstanding landscapes. Find out more about them…..
Tillingbourne Tales has delved into the history of the Tillingbourne Valley and discovered some wonderful stories to bring to life the industrial heritage of the area.