County’s natural beauty recorded in photos

HORSELL Common and The War of the Worlds sculpture in Woking town centre feature in a new book of photographs of stunning views of Surrey. The images are among 126 included in... Read more »

Ben changes tack to an outdoors activities career

RUNNING outdoor experiences for children has turned out to be a much more satisfying job for a Woking man who gave up a high-flying career in finance. Ben Webb spent 20 years... Read more »

Hindhead Tunnel celebrates 10 year anniversary

THE 10th anniversary of the opening of the Hindhead Tunnel is being celebrated this month, an occasion that allowed peace and tranquillity to return to the Devil’s Punch Bowl and Hindhead Common.... Read more »

Staff taking on 18-mile hike to raise school funds

HORSELL Village School staff will walk 18 miles across the Surrey Hills today to raise funds for the school and celebrate its 170 years. Styled as The Big Horsell Hike, the route... Read more »

Artisan festival showcases the produce of the hills

THE first Surrey Hills Artisan Festival is being held today and tomorrow (3 and 4 July). The weekend event promises to be a showcase of the very best of the Surrey Hills’... Read more »

Sign up to champion the Surrey Hills

IF YOU love the Surrey Hills, you are encouraged to sign up to become a Surrey Hills Champion as part of a newly launched initiative led by Surrey Hills Enterprises, in conjunction... Read more »

Enjoy the countryside but treat it with respect

NOW spring has well and truly sprung, many more of us are being drawn towards Surrey’s green spaces for fresh air and to reconnect with nature. With the possibility of an increased... Read more »

Enjoy but respect and protect the countryside

VISITORS to the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are being urged to follow the Countryside Code as lockdown restrictions are eased. Heather Kerswell, chair of the Surrey Hills AONB Board,... Read more »