A mixture of semi-mature birch and oak woodlands and poor acidic grassland, these commons provide access to nature for local people. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.
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A large area of rare, unimproved, species rich wet grassland.
A conifer plantation with areas of broadleaf woodland, heathland and acid grassland. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council
A steep hillside reserve of mixed woodland with a picturesque folly at the summit offering excellent views. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.
Hidden between the houses of Rydes Hill, a green oasis in a suburban development and part of the Worplesdon group of commons. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.
Chalk grassland with surrounding areas of woodland and scrub. Rich in wildflowers and insects.
A quiet woodland known for its beautiful display of spring flowers.
A woodland reserve with fine views across the Weald. Managed on behalf of Mole Valley District Council.
Fir Tree Copse is small in size but rich in wildlife and one of the best sites in Surrey for moths.
A mixed deciduous woodland reserve located in an old sand quarry on the Lower Greensand ridge.