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Newlands Corner

51.2346,-0.50444

Opening Times

Opening Times - 01/01/17 to 31/12/17
  • Monday Open
  • Tuesday Open
  • Wednesday Open
  • Thursday Open
  • Friday Open
  • Saturday Open
  • Sunday Open
  • Bank Holiday Open

About

 The woodlands here are mixed, with some deciduous trees like oak and birch, plus evergreen yew. Some of the yew trees are hundreds of years old. The woods shelter roe deer and are home to green woodpeckers, nuthatches and tawny owls.

Newlands Corner lies on the chalk ridge of the North Downs at a height of over 170m (500ft). The Downs command fine views across the Weald to the ridge of the South Downs. Below the slope from Newlands car park lies the village of Albury.

In spring and summer, the chalk grassland is a spectacular carpet of wild flowers. In the past the grasslands were grazed, and nowadays they are mown once a year after the plants have set seed. This keeps the grassland open and stops scrubby plants invading.

Facilities

Dogs Accepted
Family Fun
Forest Location
Guide Dogs Permitted
In countryside
Marketed Towards Children
Marketed Towards Families
Marketed Towards Senior Citizens
Marketed towards student/youth
On site parking
On-Site cafe/restaurant
Outdoor Attraction
Parking (free)
Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
Toilets