The Society are proud to have received the Queens Award for Voluntary Services, recognised by a commemorative crystal and a certificate signed by HRH the Queen, and is on display in our field centre.
The Award acknowledged the work of all our volunters working on both the management of various habitas in the reserve, and those maintaining the FC, meeting and greeting visitors and undertaking an educational program, fundraising and meetings.
Our Chairman, Sheila Brooks, on behalf of the Society said “We are thrilled to be receiving this award on behalf of all the volunteers and members of the society past and present, who have helped make Rowhill what it is today.”
“We are aware that the reserve is only loaned to us and the work done now is not only for the benefit of our present day visitors, but also for the future generations.”
“If you’ve never been to the reserve, it sits on the border of Aldershot and Farnham – with the visitor centre in Cranmore Lane -and is well worth a visit.” ..