High Weald

Know before you go 

Some sites, car parks and public conveniences in the High Weald AONB are still closed at present, so do check online before you travel. Please also read the latest guidance on safe use of green spaces or watch this helpful video explaining the Coronavirus Countryside Code, created by Natural England.

Most importantly, please:

  • Observe social distancing; keep 2m distance from those outside your household bubbe at all times and wash your hands immediately when returning home. Carry hand sanitiser if necessary
  • Do not use barbecues as they risk causing wildfires, particularly during the recent dry weather across Kent, Sussex and Surrey
  • Keep dogs under effective control and on a lead when you are around farm animals
  • Leave gates as you find them and follow instructions on signs
  • Park considerately - please dont obstruct pavements or gateways to fields
  • Bring a bag with you to take home your litter.

Thank you in advance for being respectful, sensible and considerate, and for helping us keep this beautiful landscape safe for all to enjoy.

The High Weald AONB Partnership team is mostly working remotely so you won't always be able to reach someone on our main office phone number – if you have a query, please email or leave a voice message for the relevant team member and they’ll reply or give you a call as soon as they are able. Not sure who to contact? Meet our team.

Still not sure? Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

In the meantime, please follow us on Twitter @highweald and Facebook @highwealdaonb. We’ll be bringing the High Weald to you, sharing our favourite landscape views, walks, species, trees, fun facts and articles, land management information and activities to do at home for all the family.

Stay safe,
The High Weald AONB Partnership

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