Walking on Pyrford Common the other day I came across the notice below (double click to read):-
The point is well made that garden waste can change the biodiversity of the common. Pyrford Common was acquired by the Horsell Common Preservation Society (HCPS) in 2006.
On the HCPS website they describe it as:
” an area of woodland with some old specimens of oak and sweet chestnut in amongst the silver birch and tall Scots pines. The under storey of holly is quite thick in places. You can hear the songs of many different birds in this varied woodland.”