Projects areas include

Langshott Woods

Tanyard Pond

Emlyn Meadows

Brook Wood

Wheatfield balance pond

Jennings Way Pond

Maintenance of Community Orchard at The Fieldings

Riverfly water monitoring at two points on the Burstow Stream


What we do

Pond maintenance, control of unwanted vegetation e.g. Himalayan Balsam or Rhododendrons, hedgerow maintenance, litter picking, water quality monitoring of our local water courses 

All tasks meet at 0945 for 10am start. Please wear outdoor clothing and sturdy footwear. Tools and instruction provided. For details contact 
or call 01293 550730




Sunday 13th - Horley Conservation Group. Langshot Woods, enter via Jennings Way entrance, RH6 9SF or TQ 296 434.

FEBRUARY 3rd - Organised by Horley Piscatorial Society

Litter Pick – Gatwick Stream,  Riverside Car Park, 10am.

 Back in the car park at 1pm for tea /coffee and biscuits.

Please bring:

Sensible outdoor footwear, Gardening gloves or similar, Bottle of water

 All welcome – Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.

 Please be aware we will be working in proximity to deep running water – Volunteers do so at their own risk.

 For further information please text:  0791 231 2497


Saturday 16th - Horley Conservation Group. Meet at Riverside car park, Horley. RH6 7LL (TQ 282 422).

MARCH 17th

Sunday 17th - Horley Conservation Group. Langsho Woods, Rhododendron clearance. Park and meet in Jennings Way, RH6 9SF or TQ 296 434.


Other volunteering opportunites

For details of extra tasks at Gatwick Airport, please email 
(or call 07825 797521) 
(Tel: 01403 269384) 
(Tel: 01293 542088)

Our email:

The main aims of the group are to:

  • To assist with the management of Tanyard Meadows, but also other open spaces in Horley, for the benefit of nature conservation and local amenity value.
  • Encourage the goodwill and involvement of the local community.
  • To foster a wider community spirit in Horley, which in turn can help to reduce local crime and, or anti-social behaviour.

Langshott Woods

Controlling the number of rhododendron plants within the wood so that native plant species have a better chance to flourish.

Tanyard Pond

Keeping the willow population coppiced/removed as well as to provide encouragement for the native wildlife to flourish

Emlyn Meadows

Creation and maintenance of a wildflower area as well as keeping the area litter free.

Brook Wood / Burstow Stream

Controlling of Himalayan Balsam plants in the area of the Burstow Stream as it runs through Brook Wood and beyond.

Wheatfield balance pond

A Thames Water feature, the main initiative is to control the willow invasion in a way that allows more light in and so encourages wildlife to flourish.

Jennings Way Pond

A lovely natural area very close to the local neighbourhood. The main activity is to keep the undergrowth controlled.

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