Biodiversity Action Group 


  • People planting
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  • SH2030 Bee Logo
  • Bethey Harris Yr 2 Turtles copy
  • A Biodiversity Action Group meeting
  • Planting on the Borrer Bank
  • Hedgehog Map 5th November 2019





Nature is under severe threat

Plants and animals are becoming extinct partly because of the way we live our lives, but we can change this.

In our local action group: 

We plant trees to:

  • Absorb carbon dioxide
  • Provide us with oxygen
  • Provide shelter to birds and insects

We are planting ‘bee corridors’ which provide pollinators with nectar.

We are asking gardeners and farmers to give up chemicals such as pesticides and weedkillers which kill plants and animals, all of which we need, and we will be showing people how to garden without them. 

We want people to feed the soil with organic matter such as compost to stop the destruction of our soils.

We are beginning a hedgehog preservation project, mapping where hedgehogs have been seen at Henfield Garden Club meetings. 

Here are Tony’s Gardening Tips: download PDF file


Thursday, 6th February 2020, at 7.00 pm

Biodiversity Action Group meeting

Location: White Hart pub, High Street in the back room. Everyone welcome.