We’re lucky to have so many National Trust sites to visit in Surrey. From Winkworth Arboretum and Claremont to Polesden Lacey and Hatchlands Park, we’ve seen quite a few now. But there are many, many more to explore and of course re-visit.
With POD at home one day during the week we try to get out and discover new places. This time was the turn of Witley and Milford Commons, described as a rich and varied landscape buzzing with wildlife.
It’s designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
When we arrived we were met with heathland views of burnt orange. The bridlepath was also littered with patches of lush green moss.
Having spotted some interesting looking trees, including one that resembled a duck, we headed towards the secluded woodland glades. You could already sense there was something special about these Commons.
Read more here: http://www.podcastdove.com/2014/01/16/themajesticcommons/