We aim to create a 1.5 mile long self-guided circular walk around Tice's Meadow Nature Reserve that takes in a variety of habitats and showcases the good work being done on site to enhance and promote biodiversity.

The main site entrance will be flanked by wildflower planters, incorporating a "Tice's Meadow Nature Reserve" sign. A combined site map, interpretation panel and community noticeboard will be placed at the start of the walk.

Interpretation panels will placed at key sites to enhance the visitor experience, and increase visitor engagement with the wildlife to be found on site. Waymarkers will be placed along the walk to guide visitors around the site.

The needs of visitors with disabilities and restricted mobility will be catered for by the walk starting at a site entrance with a RADAR gate, benches being placed at suitable intervals, and the slope up the main viewing mound being reprofiled.

A Woodland Bird Feeding Station will be constructed to enable visitors to have close views of the birds, without the need for expensive optics.

A Swift Tower, with nesting sites for 11 pairs of Swifts, will be constructed to help this threatened species of bird regain a foothold in the Blackwater Valley.

A new viewing mound will be created overlooking the Plant Yard.

Printed maps and activity sheets (aimed at children) will be made available to download for free from our website, and sent to local schools and youth organisations.

New public baths open for business

A bird bath / photography reflection pool was built today at Tice's Meadow

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25Aug

New Housing Development at Tice's Meadow

A towering bijou development, with 11 new starter homes and commanding views of the Surrey Hills.

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12Aug

Community Engagement - beyond the quarry's border

Connecting the nature reserve with the local community and engaging them with the wildlife on their doorsteps.

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01Aug

A Busy Monday Morning

On Monday July 9th we had the honour of hosting the Quarry Life Award UK judges on site, along with our friends from the Army Ornithological Society and Badshot Lea Village Infants School.

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13Jul

Tower of Strength

We're building a Swift Tower at Tice's Meadow to house 11 pairs of this worryingly declining iconic species.

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19Jun

Tice's Meadow is Open for Business

The Official Site Opening of Tice's Meadow Nature Reserve

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11Mai

Sign of the Times

Pointing the way for new visitors to Tice's Meadow...

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02Mai

Springing Into Action

Tice's Meadow has been a hive of activity over the past month.

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25Apr

A Feast During the Beast from the East

How our Quarry Life Award entry helped the birds survive through the recent cold snap.

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20Mär

Boats, Boxes, Benches & Birds

Looking after the needs of both the wildlife and visitors to Tice's Meadow.

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23Feb

The Woodland Feeding Station Opens for Business

Our QLA 2018 project has got off to a great start, with the construction of our woodland bird feeding station. Part 2 of 2.

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10Feb

Tice's Meadow Biodiversity Trail Off to a Great Start!

Our QLA 2018 project has got off to a great start, with the construction of our woodland bird feeding station. Part 1 of 2.

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09Feb