Sussex Wildlfe Trust is the leading nature conservation organisation covering East Sussex, West Sussex and Brighton and Hove

Horsham Natural History Society aims to entertain and inform its members about all aspects of natural history and also carries out practical countryside surveys from time to time in local sites of interest

The Woodland Trust is the UK's leading conservation charity dedicated to the protection of our native woodland heritage. One of a very large range of informative web sites

TCV (formerly BTCV, the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers) is the UK's leading charity working with people to bring about positive environmental change

British Trees Part of the Woodland Trust site, this contains a wealth of reference material for all those interested in native British trees

Horsham District Council provides strong support for Community Groups and liaises with many voluntary organisations

West Sussex County Council supports and encourages nature conservation in a variety of ways. For more information, visit their site and type ‘nature conservation’ into the search facility for further information

The Forest Code

Follow the forest code -

  • Guard against all risk of fire.
  • Protect trees, plants and wildlife.
  • Leave things as you find them, take nothing away but your litter.
  • Keep dogs under control.
  • Avoid damaging buildings, fences, hedges, walls and signs.

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