A former quarry, this chalk grassland reserve is rich in wild flowers.
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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.
Chalk grassland with surrounding areas of woodland and scrub. Rich in wildflowers and insects.
A private chalk grassland reserve with many species of orchids.
A haven for many rare plant species.
A private chalk grassland reserve home to many flower and butterfly species.
A high area of open grassland on the North Downs with an abundance of chalk grassland flora and fauna and marvellous views of the high Weald. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.
An area of chalk grassland and woodland on the south facing slope of the North Downs that is rich in wildflowers. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.
An area of chalk downland with old chalk spoil heaps that are rich in wildflowers. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.
A clay extraction site that is now a haven for many chalk grassland species. Managed on behalf of Mole Valley District Council.