Julia and I are exploring the concept of the park and how it fits into society in a mini series.
Today we are visiting Bedelands Farm Local Nature Reserve near Burgess Hill in West Sussex.
The Nature Reserve consists of ancient meadows, woodland, hedgerows and ponds, covering 33 hextares (80 acres). Since 1994, in consultation with the District Council and the University of Sussex, the Friends group have been surveying the wildlife and keeping records so that a comprehensive management plan can be devised and implemented for the conservation of all the flora and fauna and the public’s enjoyment.
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