Surrey Wildlife Trust
Surrey Wildlife Trust works to protect the interests of nature conservation in Surrey.
It owns/manages 60 nature reserves in the county covering over 4,000 hectares (10,000 acres) of land.
This includes the former Surrey County Council ‘open spaces’, our nearest being Chobham Common. Surrey is particularly noted for its different habitats including chalk grassland, woodland, heathland, open water and wetlands. Ottershaw Society has access to surveys relevant to sites in our location.
For more information: www.surreywildlifetrust.co.uk