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  • The Big Binsted Bluebell Watch

    Sunday 6th May 2018
    The Woodlands Trust are doing an online survey on English bluebells called  “the big bluebell watch” - click here to find out more. The Bluebell is only found as a native in Western Europe. We are fortunate enough to have half of ...Read More...

    Planting Primroses in the Park, before the Storm?

    Sunday 22nd Apr 2018
    Native Primroses were planted on both sides of the laid hedge in Muddy Lane (Church Field), Binsted by volunteers from MAVES and SDNP Ranger Volunteer Service, on 15 and 18 April 2018. Next year as a classic icon of spring, the primroses will be a lo...Read More...

    A tangle of toads

    Saturday 3rd Mar 2018
    The current cold snap has interrupted the annual pilgrimage of toads to their breeding sites. These mysterious amphibians with flame orange eyes and dull and warty skin are scattered throughout the Binsted Woods Complex due to an ample food supply an...Read More...

    And A Partridge In A Pear Tree

    Wednesday 27th Dec 2017
    MAVES is always requesting that you keep your eyes peeled for flora and fauna in the area, so how about a seasonal bird? Grey Partridge records are a little scant of late, so any sightings would be more than welcome. Many of us, whilst preparing for...Read More...

    New Report shows controversial Bypass Route is ‘the most damaging for wildlife’

    Friday 6th Oct 2017
    Press release by Mid Arun Valley Environmental Survey (6 Oct 2017) A new report, comparing the damage from the three proposed Arundel Bypass routes (Options 1, 3 and 5A), shows that the controversial Option 5A, through Binsted village and Binsted ...Read More...