Our Mission is to use our skills and resources to make the Blackwater Valley a special place, full of life, where the countryside is valued and the people and wildlife thrive together. We will do this by engaging local people and businesses in nature and conservation activities and show them the purpose and benefits of our work.


Organised Events

Throughout the year, we operate a full calendar of organised events. These include exhibitions, fayres and other activities. More


Volunteers are essential in helping us complete our work. Whatever your skills are and however long you want to volunteer for.  More 


Becoming a member of the Trust is one of the best ways to support our work protecting wildlife in the beautiful Blackwater Valley. More

The Valley

Within The Valley, there are many species of birds, butterflies, wildlife, and flora as well as recreational activities. Take a walk

Projects - Appeals

Natural Surrey Heath Project is jointly sponsored by the Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust and The Camberley Society.We aim to make Surrey Heath a natural borough. A place where people and wildlife are better connected. A borough that is rich with wildlife and every child benefits from exploring, playing and learning outdoors. More

Blackwater Valley Swifts...Swifts are one of our most iconic birds. They visit us for just three months a year just to breed in our buildings. More

Woodland Flowers... With the money from our 2017 appeal we want to improve the natural beauty of your local woodlands by planting native wildflowers under trees by footpaths.  More

It’s time to get ready for the Big Garden Birdwatch on 26 – 28 January. Sign up now to get your free pack or take part online

January 10, 2019
Sign-up today to request a FREE postal pack, or take part online and get access to Big Garden Extra by clicking on "Read More" below. Here you can access exclusive articles, downloads and celebrity interviews.
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Find out what we’ve been up to recently by visiting our Facebook page

January 10, 2019
For more information on our recent activities, visit our Facebook page by clicking on the "Read More" link below
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Our AGM is on 14th March at 7.30p.m. in the Sandhurst Community Hall with guest speaker Anne Brummer of Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue

January 7, 2019
Our guest speaker will be Anne Brummer, 2018 winner of the Animal Hero Awards. Anne will talk about the Amazing Grace campaign to save our native hedgehogs so that their population can recover and reach sustainable levels, with reduced threat to their collective survival.
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