Things to see & do
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See the fluttery flight of displaying banded demoiselles on the river and small red-eyed damselflies on the calm lake. Tiny Dartford warblers can be seen bobbing between bushes.
Blooms of ling heather appear across the heath attracting digger wasps that make holes along the sandy tracks. Normally ling flowers are mauve but to see white is a sign of luck.
The woods and common at Woolbeding are studded with festive holly, bearing jewel-coloured berries. The clear dark skies here are perfect for some winter star gazing with a flask of hot spiced cider.
Enjoy the trees dressed in the russet tones of autumn as the heath is still clinging onto the last of its colour. Be sure to catch the sun setting from the top of Whiphill wood.