Norbury Park

Norbury Park

Norbury Park is a working landscape, with farms and a commercial sawmill. The park lies within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and consists of 520 hectares. It is situated west of the River Mole and the A24 between Westhumble and the borders of Fetcham and Great Bookham.

The reserve is made up of a mixture of woodland, grassland and various areas of farmland. Due to the range of habitats it is an important haven for many plants and animals and a large part has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Three tenanted farms; Bocketts, Swanworth and Norbury Park occupy part of the area and our farmers (and their grazing animals) look after much of the land.

There are excellent paths and vehicle tracks throughout Norbury along with large fields, areas of woodland, vistas into London and meadows.

Location information

  • Young Street, Leatherhead, KT22 9DX (grid reference: TQ 158 538)
  • 531.19 hectares
  • 01483 795440
  • filming@surreywt.org.uk