Gatwick Greenspace Partnership

Gatwick Greenspace Partnership is a Living Landscape project that works to benefit people, wildlife and the countryside between Horsham, Crawley, Horley, Reigate and Dorking.

Whether you want to help the countryside as a conservation volunteer, come along to one of our fun wildlife events, find out how you can improve your land for wildlife, or just visit one of the fantastic sites we help to manage, there is something for everyone to get involved with.

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News from Gatwick Greenspace Partnership

    • Waxwing Lyrical

      Waxwing Lyrical

      If someone said to you that Crawley was a winter wildlife watching hotspot, you might be forgiven for raising an eyebrow or two, but this recent cold spell has turned up some interesting birdlife.

    • Worth Park Dawn Chorus

      Worth Park Dawn Chorus

      ​Tom Howard-Jones attended on Worth Park Dawn Chorus (29/4/2016) and kindly wrote this report on the event

    • Bat boxes along the River Mole

      Bat boxes along the River Mole

      Thanks to funding from the Biffa Award Scheme, we have recently installed 24 new bat boxes along a section of the River Mole

    • What does autumn sound like?

      What does autumn sound like?

      I confess to being more of a wildlife listener than a watcher – more often than not my ears guide me to seeing things.

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