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ABOUT Surrey County Council / Surrey Wildlife Trust

Surrey Wildlife Trust is one of 47 individual Wildlife Trusts covering the whole of the UK, the Isle of Man and Alderney. Together, they are the UK’s largest people-powered environmental organisation working for nature’s recovery on land and at sea. Surrey Wildlife Trust manage almost 8000 hectares of land in Surrey (5% of the county) with wildlife in mind and for the enjoyment of local people.

Surrey County Council is based at County Hall in Kingston and was created in 1889. The council is responsible for a number of local public services in Surrey. These include the standard responsibilities of county councils in England and Wales such as Transport and highway management, Waste disposal (but not collection) and education.