Natural Surrey Heath

Project status: 26 June 2020 - This project is closed.

About the project

Natural Surrey Heath project

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.

This project was a collaboration between the Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust and the Camberley Society, which closed down in Autumn 2019.

Project progress

Wild flowers for Watchmoor Park

July 11, 2019

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

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Getting children involved with nature

May 19, 2019
Dissecting owl pellets on our stand at at the Surrey Heath Show.
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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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Nature’s future in Surrey Heath?

November 2, 2018

We held a public debate to discuss and explore the issues.

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Helping education in our Valley – The Lost Words

October 1, 2018

We donated 90 copies of ‘The Lost Words’ to local schools

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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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