Blackwater Valley Countryside

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On the borders of the English counties of Berkshire, Hampshire and Surrey

NEXT EVENTS

Blackthorn blossomThe Trust is currently working on their 2015 programme.

Jun/Jul - Dragonfly Walk
Jun/Jul - Butterfly Walk
18 Jul - Farnborough Circular
           Walk
15 Aug - Sandhurst Circular Walk
18 Sep - Bat Walk
19 Sep - Basingstoke Canal Circular Walk
25 Sep - Bat Walk
17 Oct - Deepcut & Frimley Fuel Allotments Circular
           Walk
Oct - Fungus Foray
21 Nov - Blackwater Circular Walk
Nov - AGM & Talk

Please go to the Trust’s website to see more about their events. If you’d like to come to an event please let us know to expect you by calling us on 07825 469108

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Volunteer work programme
Details of our latest work programme covering June and July

Surrey County Council is beginning a consultation on proposals to improve walking and cycling facilities in the northern part of the Blackwater Valley area.
The consultation is open now until Friday 31 July 2015. We are inviting the public and other organisations to complete a questionnaire online or at our exhibition in July to share their views on the scheme.
 Full details of the consultation and exhibition can be found at: www.surreycc.gov.uk/blackwatervalleystp
 The public exhibition displaying the proposals and the information panels currently available online will be held at Building A, Watchmoor Business Park, Riverside Way GU15 3YL on Thursday 2 July and Friday 3 July 2015, 09:30 – 16:30.
 
Please do have a look and let them know what you think. We feel this is an important step forward to improve our walking and cycling in the area.
 

about valley

about valley
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recreation

recreation

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wildlife

wildlife
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volunteers
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Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust
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