Surrey is a home county in the South East of England. Surrey has areas of outstanding natural beauty, with large protected green spaces such as the North Downs- a magnificent ridge of chalk hills, and the picturesque Surrey Hills. Surrey is also the most wooded county in England and has beautiful woodland areas including Leith Hill and the oldest untouched area of natural woodland in the UK- Box Hill. The county town of Surrey is Guildford, situated on the banks of the tranquil River Wey. The town has rich history which can be explored by visiting the impressive Guildford Castle, the Guildford Museum or participating in one of the many historical trails. The Guildford Cathedral is also a spectacular, modern design well-worth a visit. Situated in the heart of Surrey is the town of Woking- with excellent shopping and dining facilities as well as a diverse and family-friendly calendar of year-round activities including the award-winning Woking Food Festival.