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Norbury Park – Supporting a Green Recovery

Surrey County Council (SCC) is embarking on a new phase for the Norbury Park Estate and is developing future plans to create opportunities and improve visitor services. As Surrey Wildlife Trust and Surrey County Council have agreed that the current operation at the Norbury Park Sawmill will cease, a review is now underway to consider … Continue reading

Donate £3 to plant a tree this Christmas

This festive period, Surrey County Council is asking you to donate £3 to plant a new tree in Surrey. Every year, thousands of us decorate real Christmas trees as an essential and much-loved tradition during the festive season. To support the environment, Surrey is asking you to donate £3, when you buy your Christmas tree, … Continue reading

Help plant new trees in Surrey this Christmas

As Surrey residents have started putting up Christmas trees ready for the festive season, they’re being encouraged to donate £3 to support the Surrey’s Trees for Christmas appeal. Christmas trees are a much-loved part of the festive season, so it’s a perfect time to give something back to the environment and support the planting of … Continue reading

County council signs off plan to make countryside sites self-sufficient in six years

Surrey County Council today signed off a plan to make countryside sites generate enough money to be self-sufficient within six years. The Cabinet approved a proposal to work with Surrey Wildlife Trust (SWT) to explore commercial opportunities to cover the cost of managing the county’s countryside by 2021 and pay for improved facilities. The proposals … Continue reading

Ash disease call for vigilance

The spread of ash disease across parts of the UK has led to a call for Surrey residents to be vigilant. The county council has been working with national and regional organisations, including the Forestry Commission, Surrey Wildlife Trust and local councils, to ensure Surrey is prepared for an outbreak of the disease, also known … Continue reading

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