An enjoyable training day for those who want to get out and appreciate the Surrey Hills, but do not have the confidence and experience to use Ordnance Survey maps and a compass on their own. Our friendly event team is very experienced and knows how to make learning stress free and fun. Come and join a great day out while learning a hugely useful skill!
Learn the art of stone carving, from preparation to transfer, by multi-award winning Stone Carver Simon Keeley.
This month our free, guided walk will take us to discover view points and art installations that are part of the Surrey Hills Arts’ Inspiring view project. We are lucky to have the project manager, Ali Clarke leading the walk. This is a walk for those who enjoy a brisk, faster pace.
The Society has booked visits on two dates – Wednesday 8th February and Tuesday 7th March – to discover Grayshott Pottery. This authentic craft business make bespoke ceramics for celebrity chefs and catering ware for many national high street pubs and restaurants.
Following the very popular visit last November, we have arranged a revisit to the Centre with priority being given to those already on the wait-list. Consequently, this event is full and details are provided for information only.
A 10km and 5km race, all run on tarmac in the beautiful grounds of Woldingham school. Suitable for all abilities, top club runners to walkers, adults to children
This 10k run is designed to be fun but tough. You’ll enjoy some fantastic trails, lots of lovely hills and spectacular views.
The Society adopted the Capability Brown Tercentenary Project at Gatton as its project in 2016. We have now been invited to join a work day at the park, which is the perfect opportunity to contribute in a very practical way to one of our County’s landscape treasures with the main task being scrub clearance.
This fantastic event in the beautiful Mole Valley is in its tenth year. It offers a challenging target for those wishing to complete a scenic half-marathon for the first time.
Come and join Chris Howard, Chairman of the Surrey Hills Society and Sally Varah MBE DL, Chairman of the GASP Motor Project to view the fascinating work of this little known charity and gain an insight into this project making difference to young people’s lives in the Surrey Hills.