Beefsteak fungi

© Lizzie Wilberforce

Tilburstow Hill

A small area of chestnut woodland on the Greensand Way with views across the Weald. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.

Location

Rabies Heath Road
Godstone
Surrey
Nearest postcode: RH9 8NP

OS Map Reference

TQ349501
A static map of Tilburstow Hill

Know before you go

Size
9 hectares

Parking information

Car park on Rabies Heath Road

Access

Not suitable for wheelchair users or those with limited mobility.

Dogs

Dogs permitted

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

April to June

About the reserve

With a commanding view over the Weald, Tilburstow Hill is an example of semi-natural broadleaved woodland lying on the Greensand Ridge to the south east of the village of Godstone in Surrey.

The south facing slopes of the hill comprise predominately of sweet chestnut coppice with a mix of oak, beech, silver birch and hazel. A good display of wildflowers can be observed in spring and many fungi species appear in early autumn.

Contact us

Contact number: 01483 795440
Contact email: info@surreywt.org.uk

Location map

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