The County of Surrey is split into two by the geographically important area of the North Downs, this chalk escarpment runs all the way from the South-West to the North-East. The more rural side to the South of the Downs and the much more densely populated area of the North. The River Wey and The River Mole, both major tributaries of the River Thames, pierce through the land and the area has some of the densest woodland cover in the whole of the Country. Promoting these significant locations is the work of a highly trained, experienced Agency such as http://www.akikodesign.com/design/web-and-digital/ that specialise in Web Design Surrey. Using their knowledge and know how they design and create interesting and colourful Websites that attract visitors and tourists to these areas from all over the world.
Places such as Box Hill, The Devil’s Punch Bowl, Frensham Common, Leith Hill, Witley and Thursley Commons and the spectacular Surrey Hills, an area of Natural Outstanding Beauty. Then there are the more manicured and well-tended grounds of Claremont Gardens and the Winkworth Arboretum, all these places that attract tourists who bring in lots of financial advantages. With the clever use of colourful and interesting photographs and articles that promote the areas on Websites that attract lots of positive attention.
Altogether there are eighty Wildlife Trust Reserves in Surrey County and all of them are using Websites designed and built by specialist agencies to promote their specific attractions.