Events in the Surrey Hills
To ensure the safety of our staff and visitors, we’re not able to allow events to take place at any of our places at the moment.
We’re seeing large numbers of visitors at the Surrey Hills, as we have throughout the last year. We’re pleased to be able to welcome people to enjoy our outdoor places, but too many visitors can have a huge impact on local communities as well as the emergency services.
Therefore, to ensure the safety of our staff and visitors, we’re not able to allow events to take place at any of our places at the moment.
In accordance with local and government guidance, from the 17th May; low impact events of up to 30 people may be granted a licence.
From the 1 September in the Surrey Hills and 1 Oct for Box Hill, other events may be granted a licence.
If you'd like to plan an event in the Surrey Hills, please get in touch
Please email us at: email@example.com if you would like to host an event on National Trust land, or your sporting event includes routes on National Trust land. Please contact us at least 28 days before the event date.
We know how important events are to organisers and participants. Please help us ensure events are safe and legal for both participants and our visitors.
Places in the Surrey Hills that the National Trust cares for; Box Hill, Limpsfield Common, Harewoods, Reigate Hill and Gatton Park, Leith Hill Countryside, Headley Heath, Denbies Hillside, Hindhead Commons and the Devil’s Punch Bowl, Frensham Little Pond, Hydon’s Ball and Heath, Abinger Roughs, Witley and Milford Commons, Holmwood Common and Bookham Commons.