Clubs and Groups

Henfield Conservation Volunteers

Henfield Conservation Volunteers

Management and conservation of public wildlife sites within the Henfield Parish.

Location: Various locations
Date & Time: Usually Sunday at 10am
Contact: Andrew Sharp

Various Locations

01273 492507

The Henfield Conservation Volunteers have been working for over 15 years maintaining and improving the wonderful natural habitats found within the confines of the Parish. Activity is primarily on the three Common areas, namely Henfield, Broadmare and Oreham, together with projects in the Tanyard and around Danny’s Pond. We maintain and improve hedgerows, many ponds and streams, coppicing in the woodlands and removing invasive and often foreign species of plants. We normally work on one Sunday each month, but can add extra work schedules if necessary. These are rewarding sessions, with plenty of fresh air, exercise and good company. We are in need of more vounteers, so do contact us for further details. See our Facebook Page for up to date information.

 Winter 2018/19 Programme (We meet at 10am)

Sunday 28th October Hay collection on Borrer Bank, top of Barrow Hill opposite turning to Neptown Road.

Saturday 10th November Clearing hay on the Tanyard and planting sweet chestnuts.

Sunday 25th November Pond work in the Tanyard.

Sunday 16 December Management Plan actions

Sunday 13 January Broadmare. Reeds and trees in ponds

Sunday 3 February Tree work on Henfield Common

Sunday 3 March Tanyard & Deer Park. Optimize whip’s life chances