Registered Charity Number: 1003110
FRIENDS receive newsletters describing what is to be seen on the Heath and giving details of events connected with it. These will include talks by the wardens, guided walks and some fun events. Your subscription (£5 per household MINIMUM per annum) will therefore benefit both the Heath and yourself.
For further details of the Friends mail: email@example.com
The Friends of Headley Heath are now registered as a charity with Give as You Live. If you would like to support us just go to the Give as You Live website and sign up, then chouse your charity as The Friends of Headley Heath and we will recieve a small donation when you shop on line with specified retailers at NO COST YOU YOU.
VOLUNTEER WORKING PARTIES meet most weeks throughout the year (usually on a Friday) and undertake a variety of conservation tasks under the direction of the National Trust rangers. Tasks include sapling, scrub and bracken clearance and pond maintenance, aimed at the restoration of the area to its original heathland state and pathway clearance and the installation of seats and posts to enhance the amenities for the many visitors. Adult volunteers of all ages and physical abilities are welcome. Full instruction is given each week and additional training courses are sometimes organised. Refreshments are provided (around a bonfire in winter) and volunteers can come and go as they please.
For further details of the Volunteer group phone: 07800908086 or come to the Main Car Park at 9 15 on a Friday.
Link to the official NT site for Headley Heath
The Friends of Headley Heath have a map of the heath for sale for £1.00 plus £1.45 P & P (UK Only). The map has 3 folds and is approximatly 25 x 17.5cm There is a lot of information on the history, flora and fauna of the heath as well as the map. It is printed on shiny damp resistant paper. To purchase follow the buy it now button below if you don't have PayPal you can pay by Debit-Credit card by following the instructions on the site.
|Our art competition winner.||A winter scene|
|Autumn leaves||Painting of Belted Galloway cattle|
|Common Spotted Orchids||Heather and heathland|
Programme of Events To be announced