Local Business and Organisation supporters of Friends of the Hurtwood


Peaslake Village Stores

Peaslake’s little store with a big reputation in the heart of the Surrey Hills

Many visitors to the Hurtwood make sure they stop for lunch at Peaslake Store. If you are after a light snack, a proper sandwich or a piece of cake you’ll find them here. And you can grab a mug of tea or coffee too.


Duke of Kent School

A thriving co-educational independent school for pupils from Nursery to GCSE. It is a truly unique school in Ewhurst set in the beautiful Surrey Hills

Surrey LDWA

The Long Distance Walkers Association

The LDWA is an association of people with the common interest of walking long distances in rural, mountainous or moorland areas. We are also a national governing body for Rambling recognised by Sport England.

The Barista Project

The Barista Project offers fresh coffee in small batches with a very personal service. Everything from coffee, equipment and barista training is covered whether at home or at your business.

We are delighted to have helped businesses become ‘award winning’ because of the strength of our products and services.

Marmalade MTB

Offering mountain biking experiences to suit all levels of rider: from complete beginner to seasoned off-roader.

Marmalade’s team of experienced, qualified guides and coaches know every twist and turn of the Hurtwood’s rolling landscape – and they share their love of this special place with private groups and corporate teams, as well as through sociable ‘open’ rides, designed to support any level of mountain biker.

Sixty Seven 70

Our passion is e-bikes and the versatility they provide to enable everyone to access The Great Outdoors.

Qualified through British Cycling, Sixtyseven70 offers both guiding and coaching activities across the Hurtwood for individuals, private and corporate groups for all abilities. Our favorite is Holmbury Hill with its Iron Age Hill Fort,  and on a clear day amazing views to the South Coast and the Capital.

Any day across the Hurtwood would not be complete without refreshments Peaslake Village Stores or the Hurtwood Inn. Need to hire a bike, then look no further than Surrey Hills Bike Rental, we highly recommend them

The Royal Oak, Holmbury St Mary

Picturesque dog-friendly village pub ideally situated at the foot of Holmbury Hill which draws visitors, walkers and cyclists alike.  Large outdoor seating areas complement a cosy interior with open log fire. 

Food is served Tuesday to Sunday which includes sandwiches, bar snacks, traditional pub classics, daily specials, and delicious Sunday roasts.  We also have our own on-site micro brewery!

Own a local business?

If you own a local business or run an organisation and already support FotH you can have an acknowledgement on this page.

If your organisation (or business) makes regular use of the Hurtwood, for example you run a riding, walking or biking club, please consider becoming a supporter of FotH.

For more information and bank details for payment please contact [email protected].

(Please note that the Donate page can only accept payments from individuals).

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