New fencing installed at Castle Hill in Chessington, to prevent fly tipping of garden waste

The Project has been working at Castle Hill local nature reserve in Chessington for many years carrying out a wide variety of work, most recently via a management agreement with Historic England to ensure this scheduled ancient monument was removed from their ‘At Risk Register’.

Now that has been achieved the Project has a new management agreement which includes further woodland management through the Living Woodlands scheme and also maintenance of the meadow.

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The Trust funded a section of new fencing along a boundary to prevent fly tipping of garden waste, and is hoping to secure the funding for a kissing gate to go at the end of this.

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