The Greensand Trust is an independent environmental charity that works with local communities and landowners to conserve and promote the distinctive landscape, wildlife and history of the Greensand Ridge and the wider surrounding area. Improving access, understanding and enjoyment for the benefit of everyone.
We work to build strong and mutually beneficial partnerships
Local people and groups enjoy a unique relationship with us, contributing with both ideas and implementation, their input is an essential part of a projects success.
Local councils appreciate a partner that delivers innovative, sustainable solutions that are real value for money.
Local landowners benefit from cost effective outsourcing of none core business commitments.
Local businesses benefit from a healthier, happier workforce and from the positive PR generated by playing their part in protecting this precious area.
Together, the Greensand Trust and you, really is environmental partnership in action.
If you are interested in finding out more about what we do or, you would like to get involved, please either contact us via the telephone number or email shown below or, visit our own website by clicking on the link, also shown below.
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What we do
From picking up litter to managing the design and build of multi-million pound projects, if it benefits the environment and the communities that live on and around the Greensand Ridge then we are here to help in any way that we can.
At the heart of everything we do is the belief that the most sustainable and therefore the best results are brought about by empowering local people. Building their opinions, knowledge and requirements into our green infrastucture plans. Demonstrating that with our help they can make a difference, that their ideas and hard work can improve the environment for the benefit of all.
Places to visit
Our area is full of great places to visit and things to do and see. Whether you would like to try mountain biking or just want to walk the dog you'll find it all here.
To see what's available just go to the 'Places to Visit' section of our own website.
There are lots of exciting different ways that you can play an important role in shaping the future of this area.
For kids the Wildlife Watch Group meets once a month. There are activities, games, quizzes,and crafts giving children the opportunity to learn about nature in a safe, fun environment.
If you have some spare time and would like to offer some practical help, either for us other other local groups, then volunteering could be for you.
Alternatively, if you can't commit the time it takes to be a volunteer but would still like to play your part, you can always contribute by making a donation.