Wilder Horsham District has already achieved much to be proud of. See what the project has been up to, and celebrate the achievements already made, in our first End of Year report.
Wilder Horsham District is a five-year partnership between Horsham District Council and Sussex Wildlife Trust working to deliver a Nature Recovery Network for the Horsham District.
Since September 2020, when project staff came into post, the team has been working closely with local communities and landowners to help reverse the decline in species and habitats and enrich the natural environment for all residents and visitors.
Despite a slow start due to the pandemic, the first six months of activity has nevertheless resulted in some great progress.
This first Annual Report summarises Wilder Horsham District’s achievements for the financial year dated 1 April 2020 – 31st March 2021.
We would like to thank all landowners, community groups, organisations, partners, and individuals who have engaged with and supported the project so far.