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Ancient common on the Greensand Ridge where time comes home to sleep

Limpsfield Common was used by commoners for grazing their animals and collecting stone and firewood. Now, with its extensive network of footpaths and bridleways through patches of open heathland and large areas of woodland, the Common is a perfect place to enjoy the countryside, whether walking, cycling or horseriding. There’s an old Roman road to saunter along too.

Limpsfield Common is also a good spot for family outings and picnics, with open, mainly flat, spaces to run and explore.

There are magnificent beech trees, some around 200 years old, and the woodland is carpeted with bluebells in spring.

Also look out for the partly hidden, recently restored (to its war time condition) Second World War air raid shelter - experience what life was like during an air raid on a guided tour.

Walk and talk together

Join us for some frosty walks

Join us for some frosty walks

Fresh days are great for walking with friends and family. Enjoy a natter and crunch along our frosty paths.

Some paths may be muddy so it’s a good idea to pop on your wellies or walking boots.

Start your 50 things adventure

’50 Things’ 

An outdoor adventure is always around the next tree or hedge. And our list of 50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾ will set you on your own adventure here. 

Try one or two of our adventures...

’50 Things’ 

  • Climb a tree
  • Watch the sun wake up
  • Build a den
  • Balance on a fallen log
  • Hunt for creepy bugs
  • Track wild animals
  • Find your way with a map and compass

Our Surrey Hills

Just south of London, the beautiful Surrey Hills stretch from the Kent border in the east to the Hampshire border in the west. Tranquillity and wonderful open spaces just waiting to be discovered…

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