The Kingston Biodiversity Network with support from the Lower Mole Countryside Project and John Lewis, will soon be implementing a community based survey of the ancient hedgerows throughout Kingston. 


This provides a fantasitic opportunity to learn about the ecolgical importance of these ecosystems and, be able to identify the range of biodiversity found within them.


We will be holding a free workshop on the 18th of October in Horton Country Park, including a free light lunch and a certificate of completion. However, there are limited spaces so please sign up quickly to avoid disappointment! 


By particpating you will be helping to save the vital areas for wildlife and future generations to enjoy.  


To read our proposed plan of action click below:


Proposed Action Plan for Community Ancient Hedgerow Survey


The event is welcome to all from intrigued families to keen naturalists!


If you are interested please let us know by emailing