Index of Conservation Groups

There are many volunteer conservation groups in Basingstoke. There is bound to be one looking after a green space near you. All the associated conservation groups are detailed below in alphabetical order, click on the group name to be taken to a page that contains additional information about that group.

 Black Dam logo Black Dam & Crabtree group help to maintain and improve the wildlife value and public enjoyment of this nature park with tasks such as coppicing, pond clearance, plug planting, and path maintenance. Black Dam and Crabtree Conservation Group
Chineham Conservation Group Chineham group provide the vital local community contribution to  the natural environment in Chineham parish. Chineham Conservation Group
  3CG gets involved in all aspects of nature in and around Cliddesden  village. Cliddesden Community Conservation Group
Dummer Conservation Group width= DuNG is the group of Dummer residents with an interest in their local wildlife. Dummer Conservation Group
The Old Common, part of the War Memorial Park complex, is the last remnant of the pre-19th Century Basingstoke Common. Friends of the Old Common
Friends Of Loddon Vale Parks Group Loddon Parks group focus is on the parks and green spaces along the Loddon river from Saunders Field , via King George V playing field and Victory Park to Glebe Gardens. Friends Of Loddon Vale Parks Group
Friends Of Stratton Park Stratton Park greener space for everyone – If you live in northern Kempshott, South Ham or Buckskin this is YOUR neighbourhood park providing a range of sporting and outdoor leisure facilities and community services. Friends Of Stratton Park
Fuzzy Grove Conservation Group Fuzzy Drove is an ancient bridle path that runs from Oakley to Kempshott Lane. Local Residents are working to preserve its nature as a green corridor for people and wildlife. Fuzzy Grove Conservation Group
Hatch Warren Nature Group Group In Hatch Warren we look after St Mark’s Meadow and Woodbury Ride Hatch Warren Nature Group
Jubiloaks Jubiloaks is a voluntary association formed in 2012 to plant and maintain a Jubilee Wood in Oakley to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II –  but we do much more… Jubiloaks
Kempshott Conservation Group Kempshott Conservation group  manages three sites in east  Kempshott: Down Grange Meadow, The Old Orchard in Kendal Gardens and The Old Hedgerow by  Down Grange sports fields. Kempshott Conservation Group
Mill Field Conservation Group The Millfield  group manages the various species of flora and fauna that can be found on the Mill Field LNR. This local nature reserve is a great place to watch wildlife throughout the year. Mill Field Conservation Group
Oakley Woodland Group Oakley Woodlands group was formed in 1997 with the support of Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council and the Hampshire Wildlife Trust we manage Cowdown Copse and St. Johns Copse ancient woodland. Oakley Woodland Group
Old Down And Beggarwood Wildlife Group At Old Down and Beggarwood this 24 acre site of recently planted woodland and open grassland is managed for the benefit of local people and wildlife. Old Down And Beggarwood Wildlife Group
Overton Biodiversity Society In Overton our objective is to raise awareness of the exciting range of wildlife to be found in our area and to encourage community involvement in looking after it. Overton Biodiversity Society
Popley Ponds is a Local Nature Reserve (LNR) protecting the habitat of an outstanding range of amphibians. Marnel & Popley Conservation Volunteers
Southview Conservation Group In Southview our objective is to maintain the Holy Ghost Cemetery, a 1.2 hectare are of tranquil green space at the heart of modern Basingstoke. Southview Conservation Group

The individual pages give additional details of what each group are doing, the valuable wildlife areas they are supporting and how to contact them.


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