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A rich and varied landscape buzzing with wildlife
If you’re new to exploring the countryside Witley and Milford Commons is a good place to start. It’s easily accessible and the footpaths and bridleways are clearly marked, you can’t get lost. The Commons is a lovely spot for family picnics too.
The countryside is an area of great contrasts with extensive heathland views and secluded woodland glades. There’s always something new to see; from the breathtaking purple heathers and buzzing insects to majestic trees and strange fungi. Witley is a fungi paradise.
During the warmer months the Commons are alive with bird song from birds like Tree pipits and Woodlarks.
Witley and Milford Commons is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
Join us for a Great British Walk this autumn. It’s a great time of year to explore the outdoors and discover the spectrum of colours this season has to offer.
See our ruby berries and trees turn in colour – some are now tinged with gold…
Spooky fun on the common
Join our torchlight walk and dress up in your scariest outfit…
- Thursday 30 October
- 6 - 8pm
- £8 per person
- Book to save a place 01372 220644
Start your 50 things adventure
An outdoor adventure is always around the next tree or pond. 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...
- Build a den
- Run around in the rain
- Make a trail with sticks
- Set up a snail race
- Create some wild art
- Make a grass trumpet
- Hunt for bugs