The newsletter comes out seasonally four times a year and will keep you up to date on what's going on across Surrey's countryside, including ideas for walks.
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The newsletter gives seasonal updates on some of the following work that our Countryside Team is involved in:
Surrey Hills news
Find out what's going on across the AONB on the Surrey Hills website.
There are many opportunities to volunteer and help us with conservation in the countryside.
NB. Some group activities are temporarily cancelled due to coronavirus restrictions.
Countryside Partnerships news
We have three conservation partnerships spread across the county, find out what they're up to - Surrey Countryside Partnerships
We are involved in two Interreg Europe funding programmes, one looking into how digital realities can enhance visitor experience and the second looking into urban links to landscape - find out more about both on the European Interreg page.
Explore Surrey Collection walks on AllTrails.com app
We have a choice of 58 walking routes available to download and follow on your phone, known as the Explore Surrey Collection.
Our Explore Surrey Collection, previously hosted by iFootpath.com is now available to view, download or you can buy the real-time walking app from AllTrails.
There's a variety of walks on offer from between three and eight miles, aiming for all abilities from easy and easy access, as well as longer, more challenging routes - so there should be something to suit everyone. iFootpath have digitised these routes for us and they're available for download to your phone or you can simply go on to their website, browse the collection and download the pdf of your choice that gives turn by turn directions and great photos to illustrate.
Use our fault reporting form to tell us if you come across any problems on a public path across Surrey, such as broken waymarks and stiles.