Heath Week

Heath Week 2019 will run from Sunday 28th July to Saturday 3rd August

Watch this space as details of more fun events across Surrey, Hampshire & Berkshire are added…

Hart District Council logo♦ History & ID of Hazeley Heath

  • Monday 29 July, 3pm to 4:30pm
  • Hazeley Heath
  • £5 per child / £7 per adult, booking essential, suitable for families with children 8 years+, dogs on leads by prior arrangement

Learn all about the amazing history of Hazeley Heath and the wildlife that lives there.

To book your place, please visit www.hart.gov.uk/guided-walks.
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SWT logo♦ Herd on the Heath

  • Tuesday 30 July, 11am to 12:30pm
  • Folly Bog on Brentmoor Heath, accessed via the Greyspot Grenade Range off Red Road GU18 5XA
  • Free, booking essential, suitable for families with school age children, dogs on leads welcome

Guided walk to meet the Belted Galloway cattle, and if we’re really lucky, we may even spot the red deer grazing neighbouring Pirbright Ranges!

To book your place, please phone 07891 850882.   
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SWT logo♦ Nightjars at Chobham

  • Tuesday 30 July, 8pm to 10:30pm
  • Chobham Common
  • Booking essential, suitable for families with school age children, dogs on leads welcome

Enjoy a summer evening during Heath Week. Discover the fascinating story of the nightjars that migrate from Africa to nest on Surrey’s heaths!

To book your place, please visit the Surrey Wildlife Trust website.   
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SWT logo♦ Heathland Hounds at Whitmoor Common

  • Wednesday 31 July, 10am to 2pm
  • Whitmoor Common
  • Drop-in anytime between 10am and 2pm, suitable for everyone, dogs on leads welcome

Heathland Hounds love all things canine and have lots of information to share! Pop-in for free treats, information and training tips, or just stop for a chat about dogs!
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SWT logo♦ Understanding Whitmoor

  • Wednesday 31 July, 10am to 11:30am
  • Whitmoor Common
  • Booking essential, suitable for everyone, dogs on leads welcome

Explore a globally rare habitat and learn about the vulnerable wildlife that makes its home here.

To book your place, please visit the Surrey Wildlife Trust website
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♦ Reptile Bonanza

  • Wednesday 31 July, 11am to 3pm
  • Boldermere Car Park, Old Lane, Ockham Common – signs will guide you on a short walk to the event location from here
  • Free (parking charges apply), drop-in anytime between 11am and 3pm, suitable for everyone, dogs on leads welcome

Come and meet the team from Amphibian and Reptile Conservation who will be showcasing some of our native reptiles! Join us for a guided walk around the heathland to see where reptiles live and what they need to survive!

SWT logo♦ Nightjars at Ockham

  • Thursday 1 August, 8pm to 10:30pm
  • Ockham Common
  • Booking essential, suitable for families with school age children, dogs on leads welcome

Join us to seek out the nightjars of Ockham Common. Learn about these amazing birds and how the management of this beautiful place is helping them!

To book your place, please visit the Surrey Wildlife Trust website
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♦ Witley Discovery Trail Guided Walk

  • Friday 2 August, 10am to 11:30am
  • Lea Coach Road, Witley Common GU8 5PZ
  • Free, booking essential, suitable for everyone, dogs on leads welcome

Join this guided walk on one of Amphibian and Reptile Conservation’s flagship Surrey nature reserves. Learn about our native species of reptiles and amphibians while exploring the habitat they live in. You may even be lucky enough to spot one…

Places limited. Contact ralph.connolly@arc-trust.org to book your place.

SWT logo♦ Walking Through Time

  • Tuesday 30 July, 2pm to 4:30pm
  • Chobham Common
  • Booking essential, suitable for families with school age children, dogs on leads welcome

Enjoy a stroll through time at Chobham Common. Explore the beautiful heathland and discover how humans have left their mark over thousands of years!

To book your place, please visit the Surrey Wildlife Trust website.
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