Although the major habitat within Surrey Heath is Heathland, the Borough also contains a good selection of woodlands.
A large proportion of these are in the ownership of the MoD or the Crown Estates but many have some public access.
The majority of the woodland owned and managed by Surrey Heath are smaller sites but are important landscape and wildlife features.
These sites include:
Chobham Place Woods and Round Pond Clump
Both these sites contain old majestic Scots Pine, Beech and Sweet Chestnut trees. There is car parking available at Chobham Place Woods and for information on the Easy Access Trail, please visit the Easy Access Trail - Chobham Place Woods webpage
On the outskirts of Frimley, is a small remnant of ancient woodland which once covered the whole Warren Rise estate.
Diamond Ridge Woods
This is an important landscape feature providing a natural buffer between the busy A30 and the residential area of the Old Dean Estate.
This site lies adjacent to the much larger area of countryside known as Bagshot Heath so is an important connecting corridor for wildlife. All of the woodlands owned by Surrey Heath are managed by the Greenspace Team.
Bisley Common Society
Tel: 01483 489701
Chobham Commons Preservation Committee
Tel: 01276 857914
Surrey Wildlife Trust
Tel: 01483 795440
The allocation and management of land set aside for personal cultivation. In the four parishes within the Borough, allotments are administered by the Parish Councils.
To view Parish Council contact details, please visit the Parish Council Contact Details webpage.
In the urban areas Camberley and District Horticultural society provide allotments. Please contact Fiona Mapperley, Secretary of Camberley and District Horticultural Society via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on a number of allotment sites on Crown Land in Surrey Heath.