Surrey Life is packed full with everything you need to make the most of life in the area – whether it’s a new restaurant to try, inspiration for what to do at the weekend, top pub recommendations, the best museums to visit or where to find the most quirky and interesting shops. We also interview well-known local characters to find out their favourite places to visit, feature monthly columns from a range of regional experts such as the National Trust, Surrey Wildlife Trust and BBC Surrey’s Nick Wallis and then there’s all our regular favourites such as our homes & gardens section, art & antiques, property and much more. Surrey Life is published 12 times a year.
"Despite what the Lonely Planet travel guides may state, Surrey is a long, long way from being ‘uninspiring commutersville’. Whether it’s the burgeoning arts and restaurant scenes, the history and huge annual sporting events or simply our stunning countryside – I dare anyone to visit the Surrey Hills and leave uninspired - it really is a pleasure documenting life in Surrey every month. And that’s all before mentioning the incredibly proactive people that make every town and village in our county tick." Caroline Harrap, Editor
"I always look forward to receiving my monthly Surrey Life magazine – great articles that are so relevant to living in the area. I love the insights into the lives of Surrey people and the amazing variety of businesses and talent in the county. Taking my magazine to work is lethal – it always walks!" Diana Roberts, Guildford
"Since subscribing to Surrey Life magazine last year, I have been to several places that I would never have known existed like Silent Pool and Godstone Vineyards. It has everything, from properties to buy (or wish for), what's on, a little bit of glamour and a great Village Life section, which gives you an in-depth glimpse into one of the many villages in Surrey, which you may never have heard of before - so exciting! I have just received an invitation to renew my subscription order and this is one thing that I will be doing this month!" Ali Campbell, Carshalton-on-the-Hill