Welcome to Wild Earlswood
We are launching Wild Earlswood - for the wildlife of our local green spaces south of Reigate and Redhill, Surrey, including Earlswood Common, Redhill Common and Felland Copse.
We are motivated by the pandemic and climate crisis to create this local action group for the benefit of the natural environment while also increasing our engagement with and enjoyment of our green spaces.
We plan to work with local community groups, such as Reigate Area Conservation Volunteers, and the council to run improvements, starting with litter picks and conservation and eventually planting sessions.
We also hope to support the development of the path networks. We are keen also to run other activities such as wildlife walks.
We are open to all and hope you will join us.
We are adding more events to our CARR Events page as soon as they are finalized. We have run walks and a litter pick so far - getting to know our commons and each other. We are waiting on council approval and for it to be the right time of year for several conservation and planting projects to enhance our commons. Meanwhile we have been supporting a planter project in Whitebushes.
To in accordance with current restrictions, we are required to volunteer in groups of less than 30. Please register on the event's Eventbrite page to help us with this and ensure we have your number for Test and Trace. Please also deregister if your plans change as there may be someone on the waiting list.
If you are interested to get involved in this project as an organizer, please email us at .
We started this project with a survey of local residents views about our local commons.