Environmental conservation, education and access

Help us conserve, enhance and protect the distinctive landscape, wildlife and history of
The Greensand Ridge and wider area.

  • Greensand Trust
  • Rushmere Country Park
  • Working Woodlands Centre

About Rushmere Country Park

Rushmere Country Park is a great place to discover nature and enjoy outdoor leisure pursuits.



Support us

Dormouse Appeal

The Doormouse is an endangered species yet we've been successful in helping this lovely creature to thrive in Maulden Wood - but we need your help to ensure we can continue this work and make a real difference.



Target amount: £500.00

Amount raised: £20.40

Restoring Shire Oak Heath Appeal

Help us raise funds to purchase neighbouring Shire Oak Heath and bring it into the park. The current owners, recognising the work of The Greensand Trust to improve the surrounding area and habitats, have agreed to transfer the land to us on the understanding that we launch a public appeal to help raise the funds to secure the site and its restoration.


Author: Sample Content

Target amount: £50,000.00

Amount raised: £48,932.29

Greensand Ridge map

Our area is full of great places to visit and things to do and see. Whether you would like to try mountain biking or just want to walk the dog you'll find it all here.



What's on

  • Christmas Trees for Sale 2018

    Come to the Herons' View Visitor Centre and choose your Christmas Tree from a large selection of fresh Nordman Fir and Spruce trees, some of which are grown here at Rushmere Country Park, as well as a supply of quality pre-cut trees bought in to supplement what we grow here. Available from 10am - 4pm everyday from 24 November while stocks last. Read more

  • Festive Fairy Trail 2018

    Our ever popular Festive Fairy Trail returns to the park for the festive season with our specially sculptured woodland fairies back on site - with a few new additions - for all to enjoy. Using the trail sheet follow the map and clues to answer the questions and hang your fairy ribbon wish on our wish tree – let’s hope it comes true! Read more

What's new

  • Haynes Green Infrastructure Plan

    Calling on residents of Haynes village - please take part in our short survey to help us prioritise environmental projects in Haynes as part of the Neighbourhood Plan. Read more

  • Autumn Highlights 2018

    Autumn Highlights featuring all our latest news now available. Read more

  • Oak Wood Sculpture Trail now open

    The Oak Wood Sculpture Trail, made possible partly thanks to funding from the Tesco “Bags of Help” Scheme, was officially opened during our Summer Fayre in August. The extension to the existing Sculpture Trail aims to encourage wider exploration of the site in the north-western part of Rushmere Country Park. Read more