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SUTTON PARK NATIONAL NATURE RESERVE AND FRIENDS OF SUTTON PARK ASSOCIATION

 

Anyone visiting Sutton Park cannot help but want to protect this wonderful amenity for future generations!

The Friends of Sutton Park Association has been very successful in doing this for 70 years. FoSPA was founded in 1950 in response to suggestions at the time that parts of Sutton Park could be made available for building on. Today, as a National Nature Reserve, Site of Special Scientific Interest, Scheduled Ancient Monument and Registered Historic Park the future of Sutton Park has probably never been safer. FoSPA, affiliated to The Conservation Volunteers, concentrates resources on funding voluntary conservation projects in Sutton Park.

We work in partnership with the Sutton Park Ranger Service. All the work undertaken is based upon careful management plans drawn up between Natural England and other qualified ecological experts.

We also have two representatives on the Sutton Park Advisory Committee where we are able to put forward our views on all matters relating to the running of the Park. Thus ensuring that our voice is heard and our opinions are given consideration at the highest consultative level.

We need volunteers to help the committee with a variety of tasks and projects. Committee members are needed to attend our monthly meetings and events, but without your help some of these might not go ahead. So if you have a little spare time, why not become a FoSPA Member and support Sutton Park?

 

FoSPA Officers:

 

 
President
Dr Mike Hodder
Chairman
Marian Baxter
Treasurer
Richard Orton
Secretary
Vacancy
Membership
Richard Orton
 
 
 
Conservation
Peter Adams and Karen Reader
Publicity
Joseph Pilmer
Minute Secretary
Karl Moore
 
 

 

Committee Members:

Debbie Sunderland, Vaughan Fletcher and Andy Wood
 
 
 
 
Many thanks, The FoSPA Committee.
 
 
 
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