Beryl Harvey Field Cranleigh 10 May 2015 conservation  (5)

Cranleigh Conservation Group

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Conservation dates for the New Year 2017:

The Cranleigh Conservation Group meets at 10am for two hours every second Sunday of the month at the Beryl Harvey Field (off off Snoxhall Playing Fields – see map below).  All welcome and stay for as long as you like.  Just turn up with your gardening gloves and join us, no experience necessary.  We’d love to see you there.

In the interest of safety children must be supervised at all times by an adult, and sorry no dogs are allowed on the conservation field.

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Read more about the Beryl Harvey Field.

As well as conservation, it’s a great opportunity to get involved with your local community under the expert guidance of Tony Fox, whose passion for all things nature is infectious.

2017 Dates:

  •  8 January – hedge-laying
  •  12 February
  •  12 March
  •  9 April
  •  14 May
  •  11 June
  •  9 July
  •  13 August
  •  10 September
  •  8 October
  •  12 November
  •  10 December

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Tony Fox and volunteers hard at work 2015

 

If you are interested in an allotment please contact Cranleigh Parish Council.

The Cranleigh Conservation Group

The Cranleigh Conservation Group, under the leadership of Tony Fox, will meet at 10am for two hours every second Sunday of the month at the Beryl Harvey Field. As well as conservation, it’s a great opportunity to get involved with your local community:

Position of Beryl Harvey Field in Cranleigh

Children are welcome but must be accompanied at all times by an adult. Sorry no dogs allowed on the field.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Great News for the Beryl Harvey Conservation Field

18 December 2015

Last night, in front of packed audience of concerned residents, Cranleigh Parish Council, chaired by Mary Foryszewski, unanimously agreed to protect in perpetuity the Beryl Harvey Conservation Field and allotments for the Cranleigh Community.

This land will not be built on and will be saved for future generations in accordance with the Harvey family’s original wishes.

List of Wildlife Sightings on the Beryl Harvey Field.

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