Surrey Wildlife Trust

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Surrey Wildlife Trust
Formation1959
HeadquartersPirbright, Surrey
Membership
over 30,000
WebsiteSurrey Wildlife Trust website

Surrey Wildlife Trust (SWT) is a Wildlife Trust in Surrey, a county in South East England that formerly included much of Greater London. The Trust was founded in 1959 as Surrey Naturalists' Trust.

The SWT, which is one of 46 wildlife trusts covering Great Britain, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and Alderney,[a] manages over 80 countryside sites in the county for people and wildlife.[3][b]

In 2002 Surrey Wildlife Trust took on Surrey County Council's countryside estate, which includes notable sites such as Chobham Common NNR and Norbury Park. The Trust also manages land for the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (part of the Ministry of Defence) and several borough councils including Mole Valley District Council.

In 2019 the Trust celebrates its 60th anniversary.

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Key[edit]

Managed sites[edit]

Site Photograph Area[c] Location[c] Public access Classifications Description
Ash Ranges[4] Ash Ranges 1,392 hectares
(3,440 acres)
Pirbright
51°16′05″N 0°39′36″W / 51.268°N 0.660°W / 51.268; -0.660 (Ash Ranges)
SU936529
PL SPA,[5] SSSI[6]
Ashtead Park[7] Ashtead Park 24 hectares
(59 acres)
Ashtead
51°18′54″N 0°17′28″W / 51.315°N 0.291°W / 51.315; -0.291 (Ashtead Park)
TQ192587
YES LNR[8]
Barossa[9] Barossa 498 hectares
(1,230 acres)
Camberley
51°21′04″N 0°44′42″W / 51.351°N 0.745°W / 51.351; -0.745 (Barossa)
SU875621
YES SPA,[5] SSSI[10] 3
Bay Pond[11] Bay Pond 7 hectares
(17 acres)
Godstone
51°14′53″N 0°03′50″W / 51.248°N 0.064°W / 51.248; -0.064 (Bay Pond)
TQ352516
NO SSSI[12]
Betchworth Quarry and Lime Kilns[13] Betchworth Quarry 27 hectares
(67 acres)
Betchworth
51°14′49″N 0°17′06″W / 51.247°N 0.285°W / 51.247; -0.285 (Betchworth Quarry and Lime Kilns)
TQ198511
YES SAC,[14] SSSI[15]
Bisley and West End Commons and Reidon Hill[16] Bisley Common 46 hectares
(110 acres)
Woking
51°19′30″N 0°38′42″W / 51.325°N 0.645°W / 51.325; -0.645 (Bisley and West End Commons and Reidon Hill)
SU945593
YES LNR,[17] SAC,[18] SPA,[5] SSSI[19]
Blindley Heath[20] Blindley Heath 26 hectares
(64 acres)
Godstone
51°11′10″N 0°02′42″W / 51.186°N 0.045°W / 51.186; -0.045 (Blindley Heath)
TQ367448
YES LNR,[21] SSSI[22] This damp grassland site on Weald Clay has a rich flora. There are also a number of ponds and a stretch of the Ray Brook runs through the heath. The grassland is dominated by tussock grass and there are scattered oaks, hawthorns, willows and blackthorns.[23]
Brentmoor Heath and Folly Bog[24] Brentmoor Heath 59 hectares
(150 acres)
Woking
51°20′24″N 0°39′29″W / 51.340°N 0.658°W / 51.340; -0.658 (Brentmoor Heath and Folly Bog)
SU936610
YEs LNR,[25] SPA,[5] SSSI,[19]
Broadstreet, Backside and Rydes Commons[26] Backside Common 158 hectares
(390 acres)
Guildford
51°14′49″N 0°37′19″W / 51.247°N 0.622°W / 51.247; -0.622 (Broadstreet, Backside and Rydes Commons)
SU963507
YES
Brockham Limeworks[27] [Brockham Limeworks 45 hectares
(110 acres)
Brockham
51°14′53″N 0°16′30″W / 51.248°N 0.275°W / 51.248; -0.275 (Brockham Limeworks)
TQ205513
YES SAC,[14] SSSI[15]
Brookwood Lye[28] Brookwood Lye 22 hectares
(54 acres)
Brookwood
51°18′25″N 0°37′12″W / 51.307°N 0.620°W / 51.307; -0.620 (Brookwood Lye)
SU963573
NO This is mainly wet grassland which has a rich variety of flora. Other habitats include alder carr and broadleaved woodland. There are many birds and invertebrates such as dragonflies.[28]
Burner's Heath and Swallows Pond[29] Burner's Heath 5 hectares
(12 acres)
Pirbright
51°17′17″N 0°38′31″W / 51.288°N 0.642°W / 51.288; -0.642 (Burner's Heath and Swallows Pond)
SU948552
YES This site is mainly woodland. It is a conifer plantation with areas of broadleaf trees, heath and acid grassland.[29]
Chinthurst Hill[30] Chinthurst Hill 17 hectares
(42 acres)
Guildford
51°12′07″N 0°33′00″W / 51.202°N 0.550°W / 51.202; -0.550 (Chinthurst Hill)
TQ014458
YES LNR[31]
Chitty's Common[32] Chitty's Common 5 hectares
(12 acres)
Guildford
51°15′43″N 0°35′53″W / 51.262°N 0.598°W / 51.262; -0.598 (Chitty's Common)
SU979524
YES
Chobham Common[33] Chobham Common 574 hectares
(1,420 acres)
Chobham
51°22′26″N 0°36′07″W / 51.374°N 0.602°W / 51.374; -0.602 (Chobham Common)
SU974648
YES NCR,[34] NNR,[35] SAC,[18] SM,[36][37][38] SPA,[5] SSSI[39]
Colekitchen Down[40] 3 hectares
(7.4 acres)
Gomshall
51°13′34″N 0°42′50″W / 51.226°N 0.714°W / 51.226; -0.714 (Colekitchen Down)
SU899482
YES
Crooksbury Hill[41] Crooksbury Hill Not
available
Farnham
51°12′22″N 0°44′42″W / 51.206°N 0.745°W / 51.206; -0.745 (Crooksbury Hill)
SU878459
YES
Cucknell's Wood[42] 11 hectares
(27 acres)
Shamley Green
51°10′37″N 0°30′43″W / 51.177°N 0.512°W / 51.177; -0.512 (Cucknell's Wood)
TQ041430
YES
Dawcombe[43] Dawcombe 23 hectares
(57 acres)
Dorking
51°15′32″N 0°15′36″W / 51.259°N 0.260°W / 51.259; -0.260 (Dawcombe)
TQ215525
NO SAC,[14] SSSI[15]
Deepdene Terrace[44] Deepdene Terrace 4 hectares
(9.9 acres)
Dorking
51°13′41″N 0°19′01″W / 51.228°N 0.317°W / 51.228; -0.317 (Deepdene Terrace)
TQ175490
YES
Dollypers Hill[45] Dollypers Hill 12 hectares
(30 acres)
Coulsdon
51°18′36″N 0°06′54″W / 51.310°N 0.115°W / 51.310; -0.115 (Dollypers Hill)
TQ315584
YES
Elstead Group of Commons[46] Elstead Common 180 hectares
(440 acres)
Elstead
51°10′19″N 0°40′37″W / 51.172°N 0.677°W / 51.172; -0.677 (Elstead Group of Commons)
SU926423
YES SPA,[47] SSSI[48]
Fames Rough[49] Fames Rough 23 hectares
(57 acres)
Chipstead
51°18′07″N 0°11′13″W / 51.302°N 0.187°W / 51.302; -0.187 (Fames Rough)
TQ265574
YES SSSI[50]
Farncombe Wood[51] 1 hectare
(2.5 acres)
Godalming
51°12′04″N 0°37′01″W / 51.201°N 0.617°W / 51.201; -0.617 (Farncombe Wood)
SU967455
YES
Fir Tree Copse[52] Fir Tree Copse 6 hectares
(15 acres)
Dunsfold
51°06′18″N 0°32′24″W / 51.105°N 0.540°W / 51.105; -0.540 (Fir Tree Copse)
TQ023350
YES SSSI[53]
The Forest and the Highlands[54] The Forest and the Highlands 27 hectares
(67 acres)
East Horsley
51°17′06″N 0°25′52″W / 51.285°N 0.431°W / 51.285; -0.431 (The Forest and the Highlands)
TQ095552
YES
Fraser Down[55] Fraser Down 10 hectares
(25 acres)
Dorking
51°15′36″N 0°15′58″W / 51.260°N 0.266°W / 51.260; -0.266 (Fraser Down)
TQ211526
NO SAC,[14] SSSI[15]
Glory Wood and Devil's Den[56] Glory Wood 13 hectares
(32 acres)
Dorking
51°13′19″N 0°19′19″W / 51.222°N 0.322°W / 51.222; -0.322 (Glory Wood and Devil's Den)
TQ173483
YES
Gracious Pond[57] 14 hectares
(35 acres)
Chobham
51°21′54″N 0°35′02″W / 51.365°N 0.584°W / 51.365; -0.584 (Gracious Pond)
SU987638
NO SSSI[39]
Graeme Hendrey Wood[58] Graeme Hendrey Wood 10 hectares
(25 acres)
Bletchingley
51°14′02″N 0°04′23″W / 51.234°N 0.073°W / 51.234; -0.073 (Graeme Hendrey Wood)
TQ346501
YES
Hackhurst Downs[59] Hackhurst Downs 40 hectares
(99 acres)
Guildford
51°13′37″N 0°25′55″W / 51.227°N 0.432°W / 51.227; -0.432 (Hackhurst DownsHackhurst Downs)
TQ096487
YES LNR,[60] SSSI[61]
Hankley Common[62] Hankley Common 560 hectares
(1,400 acres)
Elstead
51°09′50″N 0°44′02″W / 51.164°N 0.734°W / 51.164; -0.734 (Hankley Common)
SU886413
YES SAC,[18] SPA,[63] SSSI[48]
Hedgecourt[64] Hedgecourt 5 hectares
(12 acres)
Felbridge
51°08′42″N 0°04′12″W / 51.145°N 0.070°W / 51.145; -0.070 (Hedgecourt)
TQ351402
YES SSSI[65]
Hill Park[66] Hill Park 24 hectares
(59 acres)
Tatsfield
51°17′02″N 0°02′20″W / 51.284°N 0.039°W / 51.284; -0.039 (Hill Park)
TQ423559
YES LNR[67]
Howell Hill[68] Howell Hill 5 hectares
(12 acres)
Epsom
51°20′31″N 0°13′26″W / 51.342°N 0.224°W / 51.342; -0.224 (Howell Hill)
TQ238618
YES
Inholms Claypit[69] 8 hectares
(20 acres)
Dorking
51°12′47″N 0°19′08″W / 51.213°N 0.319°W / 51.213; -0.319 (Inholms Claypit)
TQ175473
YES LNR[70]
Kitchen Copse[71] 7 hectares
(17 acres)
Bletchingley
51°15′22″N 0°05′53″W / 51.256°N 0.098°W / 51.256; -0.098 (Kitchen Copse)
TQ328525
NO
Ledgers Wood[72] Ledgers Wood 7 hectares
(17 acres)
Chelsham
51°18′54″N 0°01′37″W / 51.315°N 0.027°W / 51.315; -0.027 (Ledgers Wood)
TQ376592
YES
Littlefield Common[73] Littlefield Common 17 hectares
(42 acres)
Worplesdon
51°15′50″N 0°37′30″W / 51.264°N 0.625°W / 51.264; -0.625 (Littlefield Common)
SU960526
YES
Manor Farm[74] 25 hectares
(62 acres)
Byfleet
51°19′44″N 0°28′05″W / 51.329°N 0.468°W / 51.329; -0.468 (Manor Farm)
TQ068600
YES
Middlebriars Wood[75] 1 hectare
(2.5 acres)
Shackleford
51°12′11″N 0°38′13″W / 51.203°N 0.637°W / 51.203; -0.637 (Middlebriars Wood)
SU953457
YES
Milford Green and Coxhill Green[76] Milford Green and Coxhill Green 15 hectares
(37 acres)
Chobham
51°20′17″N 0°35′13″W / 51.338°N 0.587°W / 51.338; -0.587 (Milford Green and Coxhill Green)
SU985608
YES
Milton Heath and The Nower[77] Milton Heath and The Nower 16 hectares
(40 acres)
Dorking
51°13′30″N 0°20′46″W / 51.225°N 0.346°W / 51.225; -0.346 (Milton Heath and The Nower)
TQ156486
YES
Newdigate Brickworks[78] Newdigate Brickworks 24 hectares
(59 acres)
Newdigate
51°10′16″N 0°16′41″W / 51.171°N 0.278°W / 51.171; -0.278 (Newdigate Brickworks)
TQ205427
YES
Newlands Corner[79] Newlands Corner 100 hectares
(250 acres)
Guildford
51°13′59″N 0°30′22″W / 51.233°N 0.506°W / 51.233; -0.506 (Newlands Corner)
TQ044493
YES
Norbury Park[80] Norbury Park 531 hectares
(1,310 acres)
Dorking
51°16′19″N 0°20′28″W / 51.272°N 0.341°W / 51.272; -0.341 (Norbury Park)
TQ158538
YES SAC,[14] SSSI[15]
Nower Wood[81] Nower Wood 33 hectares
(82 acres)
Leatherhead
51°16′41″N 0°17′24″W / 51.278°N 0.290°W / 51.278; -0.290 (Nower Wood)
TQ193546
NO
Nutfield Marshes[82] Nutfield Marshes 62 hectares
(150 acres)
Nutfield
51°14′46″N 0°09′07″W / 51.246°N 0.152°W / 51.246; -0.152 (Nutfield Marshes)
TQ291513
YES
Papercourt Marshes[83] Papercourt Meadows 10 hectares
(25 acres)
Send
51°17′46″N 0°31′05″W / 51.296°N 0.518°W / 51.296; -0.518 (Papercourt Meadows)
TQ034562
NO SSSI[84]
Poors Allotment[85] Poors Allotment 76 hectares
(190 acres)
Camberley
51°21′36″N 0°43′34″W / 51.360°N 0.726°W / 51.360; -0.726 (Poors Allotment)
SU888631
YES SPA,[5] SSSI[10]
Priest Hill[86] Priest Hill 35 hectares
(86 acres)
Epsom
51°20′20″N 0°14′10″W / 51.339°N 0.236°W / 51.339; -0.236 (Priest Hill)
TQ230615
YES
Pucks Oak Barn and McAlmont Reserves[87] McAlmont Reserve 4 hectares
(9.9 acres)
Guildford
51°12′47″N 0°37′59″W / 51.213°N 0.633°W / 51.213; -0.633 (Pucks Oak Barn and McAlmont Reserves)
SU956469
YES
Puttenham Common[88] Puttenham Common 253 hectares
(630 acres)
Puttenham
51°12′36″N 0°41′28″W / 51.210°N 0.691°W / 51.210; -0.691 (Puttenham Common)
SU915465
YES SM,[89] SSSI[90]
Quarry Hangers[91] Quarry Hangers 11 hectares
(27 acres)
Caterham
51°15′58″N 0°06′50″W / 51.266°N 0.114°W / 51.266; -0.114 (Quarry Hangers)
TQ317536
YES SSSI[92]
Rodborough Common[93] Rodborough Common 62 hectares
(150 acres)
Milford
51°09′54″N 0°39′58″W / 51.165°N 0.666°W / 51.165; -0.666 (Rodborough Common)
SU934415
YES LNR[94]
Runfold Wood[95] Runfold Wood 12 hectares
(30 acres)
Farnham
51°12′50″N 0°45′25″W / 51.214°N 0.757°W / 51.214; -0.757 (Runfold Wood)
SU869468
YES
Seccombe's Wood[96] 2 hectares
(4.9 acres)
Wonersh
51°10′34″N 0°30′43″W / 51.176°N 0.512°W / 51.176; -0.512 (Seccombe's Wood)
TQ041429
YES
Seale Chalk Pit and Meadow[97] Seale Chalk Pit 3 hectares
(7.4 acres)
Farnham
51°13′30″N 0°42′50″W / 51.225°N 0.714°W / 51.225; -0.714 (Seale Chalk Pit and Meadow)
SU 899 481
NO GCR,[98] SSSI[99]
Shabden Park[100] Shabden Park 103 hectares
(250 acres)
Chipstead
51°17′31″N 0°10′30″W / 51.292°N 0.175°W / 51.292; -0.175 (Shabden Park)
TQ274563
YES SSSI[50]
Sheepleas[101] Sheepleas 110 hectares
(270 acres)
East Horsley
51°15′07″N 0°26′24″W / 51.252°N 0.440°W / 51.252; -0.440 (Sheepleas)
TQ090515
YES GCR,[102] LNR,[103] SSSI[104] This sloping site on the North Downs has woodland, scrub and botanically rich grassland. The diverse invertebrate fauna includes two nationally rare flies, Norellia spinipes and Microdon devius. A cutting in Mountain Wood exposes a unique gravel Pleistocene deposit which throws light on the Quaternary history of the Weald and the evolution of the London Basin.[105]
Sheepwalk Lake[106] 9 hectares
(22 acres)
Shepperton
51°23′46″N 0°27′47″W / 51.396°N 0.463°W / 51.396; -0.463 (Sheepwalk Lake)
TQ070675
YES
Shere Woodlands[107] Shere Woodlands 44 hectares
(110 acres)
East Clandon
51°13′52″N 0°28′12″W / 51.231°N 0.470°W / 51.231; -0.470 (Shere Woodlands)
TQ069491
YES LNR,[108] SSSI[109] This site on a slope of the North Downs is mainly woodland and scrub, with a small area of unimproved chalk grassland. The woodland is dominated by beech and yew. There is a wide variety of bryophytes, including the rare moss Herzogiella seligeri.[110]
St Martha's Hill and Colyer's Hanger[111] St Martha Hill 38 hectares
(94 acres)
Chilworth
51°13′30″N 0°31′44″W / 51.225°N 0.529°W / 51.225; -0.529 (St Martha's Hill and Colyer's Hanger)
TQ028483
YES NCR,[112] SSSI[113]
Staffhurst Wood[114] Staffhurst Wood 39 hectares
(96 acres)
Oxted
51°12′58″N 0°01′12″W / 51.216°N 0.020°W / 51.216; -0.020 (Staffhurst Wood)
TQ412483
YES LNR,[115] NCR,[116] SSSI[117]
Stringer's Common[118] Stringer's Common 30 hectares
(74 acres)
Guildford
51°16′05″N 0°34′55″W / 51.268°N 0.582°W / 51.268; -0.582 (Stringer's Common)
SU990530
YES
Thorpe Hay Meadow[119] Thorpe Hay Meadow 6 hectares
(15 acres)
Egham
51°25′12″N 0°31′12″W / 51.420°N 0.520°W / 51.420; -0.520 (Thorpe Hay Meadow)
TQ030700
YES SSSI[120]
Thundry Meadows[121] Thundry Meadows 16 hectares
(40 acres)
Elstead
51°11′20″N 0°43′16″W / 51.189°N 0.721°W / 51.189; -0.721 (Thundry Meadows)
SU895441
YES SSSI[122]
Tilburstow Hill[123] Tilburstow Hill 9 hectares
(22 acres)
Godstone
51°14′02″N 0°04′08″W / 51.234°N 0.069°W / 51.234; -0.069 (Tilburstow Hill)
TQ349501
YES
Underdown[124] Underdown 1 hectare
(2.5 acres)
Farnham
51°11′35″N 0°48′40″W / 51.193°N 0.811°W / 51.193; -0.811 (Underdown)
SU832444
YES This reserve was donated to the Trust by Mrs Underdown in memory of her husband in 1987. It is a steeply sloping area of gorse and heather together with mixed woodland. There is a variety of invertebrates, including solitary wasps.[124]
Vann Lake and Candy's Copse[125] Vann Lake and Candy's Copse 11 hectares
(27 acres)
Ockley
51°08′31″N 0°20′49″W / 51.142°N 0.347°W / 51.142; -0.347 (Vann Lake and Candy's Copse)
TQ157394
YES SSSI[126]
Wallis Wood[127] Wallis Wood 14 hectares
(35 acres)
Dorking
51°08′17″N 0°23′56″W / 51.138°N 0.399°W / 51.138; -0.399 (Wallis Wood)
TQ121389
YES
White Downs[128] White Downs 200 hectares
(490 acres)
Gomshall
51°13′48″N 0°24′32″W / 51.230°N 0.409°W / 51.230; -0.409 (White Downs)
TQ112491
YES NCR,[129] SSSI[61]
Whitmoor and Rickford Commons[130] Whitmoor Common 183 hectares
(450 acres)
Guildford
51°15′58″N 0°35′38″W / 51.266°N 0.594°W / 51.266; -0.594 (Whitmoor and Rickford Commons)
SU982529
YES LNR,[131] SPA,[5] SSSI[132]
Wisley and Ockham Commons and Chatley Heath[133] Wisley and Ockham Commons 297 hectares
(730 acres)
Wisley
51°19′12″N 0°27′07″W / 51.320°N 0.452°W / 51.320; -0.452 (Wisley and Ockham Commons and Chatley Heath)
TQ080590
YES LNR,[134] SPA,[5] SSSI[135] This site is mainly heathland but it also has areas of open water, bog, woodland and scrub. It has a rich flora and it is of national importance for true flies and for dragonflies and damselflies. Rare species include the white-faced darter dragonfly and the Thyridanthrax fenestratus bee fly.[136]
Wotton and Abinger Commons[137] Wotton and Abinger Commons 324 hectares
(800 acres)
Holmbury St Mary
51°11′49″N 0°22′52″W / 51.197°N 0.381°W / 51.197; -0.381 (Wotton and Abinger Commons)
TQ132454
YES SSSI[138]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ There werfe 47 Trusts until the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales took over the Brecknock Wildlife Trust in April 2018.[1][2]
  2. ^ Three reserves are excluded from this list because SWT does not give a map reference and states that they are not open to the public. They are Pirbright Ranges, Wentworth and Whippets Cant
  3. ^ a b The area and location are taken from the Wildlife Trust page for each site.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts: Annual Report and Accounts 2016-17" (PDF). The Wildlife Trusts. p. 8. Archived (PDF) from the original on 23 October 2018. Retrieved 22 October 2018.
  2. ^ "Brecknock Nature Reserves". The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales. Retrieved 7 November 2018.
  3. ^ "Reserves A-Z". Surrey Wildlife Trust. Retrieved 24 October 2018.
  4. ^ "Ash Ranges". Surrey Wildlife Trust. Retrieved 18 October 2018.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h "Designated Sites View: Thames Basin Heaths". Special Protection Areas. Natural England. Retrieved 28 September 2018.
  6. ^ "Designated Sites View: Ash to Brookwood Heaths". Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Natural England. Retrieved 12 November 2018.
  7. ^ "Ashtead Park". Surrey Wildlife Trust. Retrieved 18 October 2018.
  8. ^ "Designated Sites View: Ashtead Park". Local Nature Reserves. Natural England. Retrieved 12 November 2018.
  9. ^ "Barossa". Surrey Wildlife Trust. Retrieved 18 October 2018.
  10. ^ a b "Designated Sites View: Broadmoor to Bagshot Woods and Heaths". Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Natural England. Retrieved 12 November 2018.
  11. ^ "Bay Pond". Surrey Wildlife Trust. Retrieved 18 October 2018.
  12. ^ "Designated Sites View: Godstone Ponds". Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Natural England. Retrieved 13 November 2018.
  13. ^ "Betchworth Quarry and Lime Kilns". Surrey Wildlife Trust. Retrieved 18 October 2018.
  14. ^ a b c d e "Designated Sites View: Mole Gap to Reigate Escarpment". Special Areas of Conservation. Natural England. Retrieved 28 October 2018.
  15. ^ a b c d e "Designated Sites View: Mole Gap to Reigate Escarpment". Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Natural England. Retrieved 9 November 2018.
  16. ^ "Bisley and West End Commons and Reidon Hill". Surrey Wildlife Trust. Retrieved 18 October 2018.
  17. ^ "Designated Sites View: Bisley and West End Commons". Local Nature Reserves. Natural England. Retrieved 13 November 2018.
  18. ^ a b c "Designated Sites View: Thursley, Ash, Pirbright & Chobham". Special Areas of Conservation. Natural England. Retrieved 28 September 2018.
  19. ^ a b "Designated Sites View: Colony Bog and Bagshot Heath". Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Natural England. Retrieved 6 November 2018.
  20. ^ "Blindley Heath". Surrey Wildlife Trust. Retrieved 18 October 2018.
  21. ^ "Designated Sites View: Blindley Heath". Local Nature Reserves. Natural England. Retrieved 25 October 2018.
  22. ^ "Designated Sites View: Blindley Heath". Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Natural England. Retrieved 3 November 2018.
  23. ^ "Blindley Heath citation" (PDF). Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Natural England. Retrieved 3 November 2018.
  24. ^ "Brentmoor Heath and Folly Bog". Surrey Wildlife Trust. Retrieved 18 October 2018.
  25. ^ "Designated Sites View: Brentmoor Heath". Local Nature Reserves. Natural England. Retrieved 6 November 2018.
  26. ^ "Broadstreet, Backside and Rydes Commons". Surrey Wildlife Trust. Retrieved 18 October 2018.
  27. ^ "Brockham Limeworks". Surrey Wildlife Trust. Retrieved 18 October 2018.
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Sources[edit]

  • Ratcliffe, Derek, ed. (1977). A Nature Conservation Review. 2. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-21403-3.

Coordinates: 51°15′N 0°25′W / 51.250°N 0.417°W / 51.250; -0.417

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