The Parish Council has kept all open spaces open throughout the Coronavirus (COVID-19_ pandemic.
The Parish Council owns and maintains some thirteen acres of land at EARLES MEADOW, formerly known as Greens Farm, just South of the A264. Despite being bounded by the busy dual carriageway and the railway, the area provides for quiet and peaceful walks away from the bustle of the traffic. In the lower area, boardwalks are provided to help the walker across the wooded, boggy habitat area.
Earles Meadow Conservation Group periodically undertake work on the site and there are two volunteers who pick up litter. If you would like to know more and become involved, information on the conservation group can be found on the Earles Meadow Consevation Group’s website emcgconservationhorsham.org.uk.
The Parish Council has other open spaces at Amberley Road and Holbrook Tythe Barn.