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Share your views on Berrylands’ green spaces in online survey

Share your views on Berrylands’ green spaces in online survey

How do you use the green spaces of Berrylands? What do you like about them and what improvements would you like to see? Or don’t you visit them at all and if so, why? The Friends of Berrylands Nature Reserve, which runs regular volunteer events to create and maintain wildlife habitats and our access to

How do you use the green spaces of Berrylands? What do you like about them and what improvements would you like to see? Or don’t you visit them at all and if so, why?

The Friends of Berrylands Nature Reserve, which runs regular volunteer events to create and maintain wildlife habitats and our access to them, have lots of ideas for five sites in the area. But the group wants to hear other views.

They also want to find out more about the ways local residents and visitors use and enjoy the green spaces, how often they visit, and how far they travel to access them. The information will be used to prioritise work and to help when seeking support for future projects from other organisations like Kingston Council.

Areas under the spotlight are Berrylands Nature Reserve (aka Raeburn Open Space), Berrylands Park (old Surbiton lagoon site), Rose Walk Nature Reserve, Green Lane Recreation Ground and Elmbridge Meadows Nature Reserve.

The group is running a short, online survey and would like as many people to take part as possible before the deadline on June 30.

You can find out more about the Berrylands Green Space Visitor Survey 2021 at www.berrylandsnaturereserve.org/visitor-survey or you can contact the group about the green spaces by emailing berrylandsnr@gmail.com

If you would like to find out more about the Friends’ group, how to become a member, or support the work it does visit www.berrylandsnaturereserve.org

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