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Parks and open spaces offer something for everyone and are spread across the district. All sites are listed below.
Terms and conditions for use of open spaces
Parks and charging policy
Apply for a dog walking licence
Apply for a Fitness and exercise licence
Fitness and exercise booking form
Report a problem
Most areas are cut up to 18 times a year, a few areas are cut up to 37 times a year. Grass is only cut between March and November. Hedges on council owned land and in parks and opens spaces are cut by contractors twice a year in June and September.
Report a problem
All roadside grass verges are looked after by Surrey County Council.