Natural Surrey Heath

This project closed on 26 June 2020

About the project

Natural Surrey Heath project

This project was a collaboration between the Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust and the Camberley Society. The Camberley Society closed down in Autumn 2019, and we were unable to continue without a partner within Surrey Heath.

The project aimed to make Surrey Heath a natural borough. A place where people and wildlife are better connected. A borough that is rich with wildlife where every child benefits from exploring, playing and learning outdoors. A borough where we all enjoy high-quality green spaces, nature surrounds our homes, the air is clean to breathe and it is a pleasure to walk everywhere.

Some achievements

Wild flowers for Watchmoor Park

July 11, 2019

We’ve turned grassland into bee and insect-friendly wild flower meadows.

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Helping to restore Warren Woods

February 17, 2019

We’re supporting Surrey Heath Tree Wardens to improve this woodland.

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Helping education – The Lost Words

October 1, 2018

We donated 90 copies of ‘The Lost Words’ to schools in the Blackwater Valley

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Free nest box kits in Surrey Heath

February 17, 2018

Natural Surrey Heath project launches by giving away 50 bird box kits.

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