Kings Wood and Rushmere

The 150ha National Nature Reserve (NNR) includes a large area of Rushmere Country Park, jointly owned by The Greensand Trust and Central Bedfordshire Council, and the parts of Kings Wood that are owned by The Greensand Trust, Beds Wildlife Trust, Central Bedfordshire Council and Tarmac Cement & Lime Ltd. Read more

Sandhouse Lane

The Greensand Trust manages this small former sand quarry near Heath and Reach on behalf of the owners Tarmac Cement & Lime Ltd. Read more

Duck End

Duck End is a small local reserve near the village of Maulden, just 1ha in size, with ponds, meadow and woodland. Read more

Sandy Smith

Sandy Smith Nature Reserve lies on the floodplain and northern slopes of the Flit Valley between Clophill and Chicksands. Read more

Bromham (The Thorns)

The Thorns is a 40ha site to the south-west of Bromham. It is owned by The Peter Smith Charitable Trust and managed by us as a nature reserve, with particular interest in arable habitat ground-nesting birds. Read more

Maulden Heath

Maulden Heath, an area within Maulden Wood which belongs to The Forestry Commission, consists of grassland, dry lichen heath and conifer plantation where heathland is now being created, thanks to The Greensand Trust. Read more

Stanbridge Meadows

Stanbridge Meadows, owned by The Greensand Trust, has been identified as a County Wildlife Site for its species-rich grassland. Read more