Recent News and Forthcoming Events
Thursday 8 February 2007, 7.30pm
‘Change on the Heath’
A talk by the Surrey Heathland Project to co-incide with the Exhibition (details below).
Surrey History Centre, 130 Goldsworth Road, Woking GU21 6ND.
Tickets £2.50. Please ring 01483 518737 to book.
‘Change on the Heath – Rediscovering Surrey’s Forgotten Wilderness’
The Surrey Heathland Project have produced an exhibition showing how Surrey’s heathland landscape has changed, along with the lives of the people who lived and worked on it. The exhibition includes photographs, paintings, maps and tools, and is touring the county until August 2007. Scroll down for details.
Castle Arch, Quarry Street, GU1 3SX
Open Mon – Sat 11am-5pm 4 Jan – 31 Jan 2007
Surrey History Centre, foyer
130 Goldsworth Road, Woking GU21 6ND
Open Tues – Sat. Exhibition available during
normal opening hours.
6 Feb – 3 Mar 2007
Surrey Heath Museum, Camberley
Knoll Road, Camberley GU15 3HD
Open Tues – Sat 11am-5pm 10 Mar – 21 Apr 2007
The Witley Centre, National Trust
Witley, Godalming, GU8 5QA
Open Tues – Fri 11am-4pm
25 Apr – 18 May 2007
Reeds Road, Tilford, Farnham GU10 2DL
pen Wed – Sun 10am–5pm
Entrance fee to Centre: Adults £5.50,
Children £3.50, Senior citizens & concessions £4.50 23 May – 17 Jun 2007
Reigate Heath cricket pavillion
Flanchford Road, Reigate, RH2 8AB
020 8541 9149
25 Jun – 8 July 2007
Frensham Great Pond, visitor information room
Next to Rangers Office, Bacon Lane, Churt, Farnham, GU10 2QB
11 July – 8 Aug 2007
For further details, please ring the Surrey Heathland Project on 020 8541 9149.
The winter 06/07 update is currently being written and will be published on these pages soon.
Project Manager – Dr Rob McGibbon
Senior Project Officer – Marcus Turley
Project Officer – Christina Smith
Surrey Heathland Project, Artington House, Portsmouth Road, Guildford,
Surrey GU2 4DZ
Telephone: 01483 579713
Fax: 01483 579740
Heathland Project is supported by:
Surrey County Council,
Guildford Borough Council,
Waverley Borough Council,
Woking Borough Council,
Runnymede Borough Council, Witley Parish Council, Wonersh Parish Council, RSPB,
MoD and the Herpetological