To create and protect a semi-natural wild space for the people of Farnham to enjoy and experience a greater diversity of British wildlife in our town

CURRENT NEWS

  • The bee meadow returns

    The bee meadow returns

    Jim Munro, Chair of the Bishop’s Meadow Trust is asking for your help to recreate the bee meadow which many of you will remember for its fantastic display of wild flowers and the amazing variety […]

  • New handbook on floodplain meadows

    New handbook on floodplain meadows

    The Floodplain Meadows Partnership has recently launched a new handbook on floodplain meadows called “Beauty and Utility”.

    The book is comprehensive and beautifully illustrated and tells you everything you need to know about the history, management, […]

  • Work begins on fish passage

    Work begins on fish passage

    With agreement from the Bishop’s Meadow Trust, the Environment Agency has started work on creating a fish passage in the River Wey close to the Farnham Gauging Station. A representative from the Environment Agency […]

DATES FOR
YOUR DIARY

  • Come to our next quarterly meeting, Q1 2016.

  • Saturday 14th May come to a seed sowing gathering on the Meadow. Meet at Crosby Gate from 9.30am
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