Category Archives: Conservation

Ash Green Meadow Volunteer Task

This week I had the pleasure of running a new volunteer task at Ash Green Meadows, meeting at the new car park. We have recently been handed the reins from Land Trust to manage this new SANG (Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space) site now known as Ash Green Meadows. Blackwater … Continue reading

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Keeping Southwood Woodland’s History Alive

  The wet weather at the start of the day wasn’t enough to deter the Southwood Woodland Improvement Group this month. Our mission was threefold and nothing could stop us not even double layers of concrete! Our main task was … Continue reading

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Wellesley Autumn Ramble

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Wellesley Wildlife Wander

This morning, armed with sweep nets, bug pots and a fairy sheet, I led a family wildlife walk exploring Wellesley Woodlands. It was a lovely, crisp & sunny day discovering all the work our volunteers and rangers do to promote wildlife. The … Continue reading

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November 2018 Volunteer Programme

BVCP Volunteer Task Programme Nov 2018 Follow the link above to find out how our volunteers are helping your local area and how you can get involved. Ranger Jenny

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Invasive Species Alert – Water Primrose

Water primrose is an invasive non-native plant that is invading watercourses, with two sites know about in Surrey. The Environment Agency are asking for help to identify the sites where it can be found. The eradication of water primrose is … Continue reading

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Where We Work

An unexpected and interesting results from our volunteer questionnaire feedback was that few people are aware of all the sites we work on. The yellow on the map below highlights most of these areas, though some the river path and … Continue reading

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