Surrey Networks Study Day
GEOGRAPHY & LANDSCAPES OF SOUTH EAST ENGLAND
From 9.30am until 4pm
At The Menuhin Hall
Cobham Road, Stoke d'Abernon, KT11 3QQ
Organiser: Speaker: Geoffrey Mead
South East England has, in a small area, a rich assemblage of landscapes whose origins lie in the
underlying rocks and soils. The sands, clays and limestones dictated farming and settlement patterns, rural
industries and landownership; these past activities have a direct link to the 21st century giving us a
landscape that has a National Park, expanding urban areas and a constantly evolving social landscape.
This study day looks at representative landscapes, coastal and inland, in Kent, Surrey and Sussex; farms
and nature reserves, woodlands and meadows, marshes and Downland, past and present.
Application forms available at the monthly meeting and from the Surrey Networks Website
For more information please visit the Surrey network website