Horley Conservation Group
is looking for new members
The Horley Conservation Group (HCG) was set up with assistance from the Gatwick Greenspace Partnership, Reigate and Banstead Borough Council and Horley Town Council in February 2014.
The main aim of the group, is to help improve Horley’s existing green spaces for the benefit of people and wildlife and also to encourage the involvement of the local community in the creation and on-going management of the Riverside Green Chain conservation area to the north of Horley. The group also helps with the conservation of other green spaces in Horley such as Church Meadows and Riverside Garden Park.
The group currently meets once a month for a half day practical task (from 0945 to approximately 2pm), although members can also help out in other ways, such as attending meetings, helping with other local conservation projects or helping with group publicity for example. The group also holds two planning meetings per year, which are open to all HCG members and other interested parties.
You can keep up to date by following the Horley Conservation Group on Facebook and we are keen to welcome new members, so anyone living in the Horley area with an interest in wildlife, or who is keen to help improve their local environment, can find out more via the Facebook page or by contacting the Gatwick Greenspace Partnership on 01293 550730 or by emailing email@example.com