Waverley Councillor Mark Merryweather can place a feather firmly in his cap for bringing six councils together to save one of the finest bird watching sites in the South East.
Go there & simply enjoy a tiny part of England. Be out in a place that asks nothing from you but can give you so much, if you have the wit to see it.
Here’s the Farnham Herald’s take on how ‘Your Waverley’ working with Farnham Town Council and others could achieve the purchase of the Tices Meadow beauty spot valued at £1m. In fact, all six local authorities deserve a feather in their caps.
Farnham Herald Newspaper of the Year!!!
Said Waverley’s Leader Paul Follows:
“I knew from the moment I first visited @TicesMeadow it needed protection and to be taken into public ownership. That we are close to that goal now is simply fantastic. The volunteers are simply phenomenal and Waverley and its partners will get this done.”
Want to know the species spotted there?