27th March 2024, 10:30 - 12:30
Explore the beautiful scenery of Chipstead Downs, a candidate area under the Surrey Hills boundary review, as we learn about the incredible impact of conservation grazing on chalk downland.
Sean Grufferty, Senior Grazing Officer for the Downlands Partnership will guide us on a gentle stroll through the area and will talk us through the concept of conservation grazing including:
We should also be able to see both cattle and sheep conservation grazing in action, so you may wish to bring your camera.
Please dress appropriately for being outdoors at this time of year, wear suitable footwear (closed shoes) and you may wish to bring an extra layer and a waterproof if it’s raining.
Children are welcome but anyone under the age of 16 must be supervised by an adult/parent/guardian. This event is not suitable for pushchairs or those with mobility challenges.
Sorry, no dogs.
This gentle walk will take us around 2 hours. The walk is classed as moderate. It is generally gently sloped but there are some steeper sections in some areas.
Cost to Members: £7.50
Cost to Non-members: £12.00
The cost of your ticket includes a donation to The Downlands Trust
Toilets can be found in The Rambler’s Rest Pub but please note that this does not open until 11am.
Deadline for booking 23 March 2024
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