An extensive area of stunning open dry heathland. Managed on behalf of the MOD.
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One of the best known examples of relict damp grassland on Weald clay in Surrey. Managed on behalf of Godstone Parish Council.
An area of wet and dry heathland habitats with woodland, acid grassland and ponds.
Chobham Common is one of the finest remaining examples of lowland heath in the world. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.
A private chalk grassland reserve with many species of orchids.
A private reserve with areas of heathland and wet woodland that are a sanctuary for heathland wildlife.
Located on the site of a former claypit and brickworks, a beautiful woodland and grassland reserve with six water bodies.
Remnant lowland heath with woodland, rolling hills and stunning views, as well as several large waterbodies. Owned by the Hampton Estate and managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.
A large heathland reserve with areas of woodland and grassland. Great for birds, butterflies and reptiles. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.
Rare heathland habitat by the side of the M25. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.