Commons, on the North Downs near Surrey, is one of the best recorded sites for
wildlife in South East England.
From birds and butterflies
to flora and fauna, Bookham is a top nature spot, especially in the summer.
Woodlands are great places to see
rare birds, plants and trees during the summer months.
- From butterflies and bugs to
mammals and moths, woods offer an unrivalled selection of nature actvities.
Commons - Visitor Guide
Commons, Leatherhead, North Downs, Surrey.
England Surrey - 01483 568121|
Trust - email@example.com|
reference :||National grid reference:
TQ 128 565|
|Map of location:||Natural
Commons map and Multimap|
attractions:||Woodland. Pond life.|
kit:||Walking shoes. Identification
guides - pond life, trees and plants.|
Pond dipping: net, waterproof shoes.
Pond dipping. Woodland
and public toilets available in Great Bookham.|
terrain - contact Natural England prior to visit.
Bookham Commons is situated
on the North Downs near Leatherhead in Surrey.
By car: Bookham Commons
is located approximately 45 minutes from either Heathrow or Gatwick airports and
is serviced by the A3, M25 and A24.
Rail: Trains run from London's
Waterloo station to Bookham Station. Access to the Commons is via a footbridge
near the station.
Car parking: Available at Bookham Station.
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